Global Social Benefit Fellow Kathryn Hackett spent the summer of 2014 working with Anudip’s Curriculum Team on the advancement of vMAST as it expands to other regions of India. The vMAST provides a virtual platform for Anudip students that will be comparable to the traditional, face-to-face learning of the current MAST training sites. The created assessment tools to accompany each of the virtual lessons. Kathryn created exercises tied with each instructional lesson. These exercises are intended to serve as self-assessment for the Anudip students but will also be accessible to the trainers who can use these scores to gauge student comprehension, and determine which students needs additional instruction or support.
Hackett, Kathryn, "A Final Summary of Anudip Foundation for Social Welfare's Virtual MAST Program Expansion" (2014). Miller Center Fellowship. 36.