According to an article on classtechtips.com, Solvy, invented by Alexei Beltyukov, can help students with their math homework. It is a free application that can be used by schools, teachers, and students, says the article.
All the teacher has to do is pick out math problems for the students to complete in Solvy. Teachers can assign problems according to students’ needs and interests, the article says. Teachers can check on Solvy to see how students did on their homework and if they need extra help. Alexei Beltyukov designed it to be user-friendly for everyone.
This educational platform has graphing tools with which students can interact and teachers can look at the students’ work. It can be accessed on personal computers or any compatible mobile device, says the article. Solvy helps teachers and students use time more efficiently with learning math in the classroom. The program is now available for students of Algebra I, says Alexei Beltyukov.
According to Blogarama, Alexei Beltyukov works in his native Russia as a businessman and philanthropist. In 2013, he launched Endemic Capital to help start-up companies with funding. He has also started many organizations that help people in his country start their own business or go to business school.
As an alumnus of the Russian business school INSEAD, Beltyukov was instrumental in starting an alumni scholarship to help those who are attending the university.
Alexei Beltyukov also works with the government with the Skolkovo Foundation to help entrepreneurs throughout Russia. He is a well-known lecturer and is known around the world for programs like Solvy.