Update February 10th, 2017:
Alexei Beltyukov has some ideas on how to get the Russian economy restarted. With the US sanctions, and world turmoil, things haven’t always been the brightest for Putin’s nation. But Alexei is putting his expert entrepreneurial insight to work for Russia’s business leaders.
Alexei Beltyukov is one of the key people involved in the development and launching of a new online learning platform called Solvy. This new learning program lets teachers assign different math problems to their students based on their needs and interests.
Instead of everybody receiving the same problem to work on, one group of students can receive a problem that focuses on a specific subject matter. Another group, meanwhile, can receive problems that focuses more on a different concept. This individualized learning approach helps students learn more effectively and strengthen weak areas.
Teachers also benefit. They can see where students struggle through Solvy. The software will alert an instructor if students perform poorly on math assignments online and if they need additional help.
Teachers can see the work done by students as they prove how they solved an equation. This lets them see where students struggle and they can adapt their lesson plans to address these issues in their students.
Solvy also saves teachers time. Selecting problems from a program and grading them online is easier than coming up with problems all on their own and manually grading each assignment.
You can expect to hear more about Solvy in the future. Right now it is free software available to all students, teachers and schools in the United States. Teachers can now use it to help teach algebra in the classroom.
The Business Ventures Of Alexei Beltyukov
Russian businessman Alexei Beltyukov has an interesting background. He was originally employed as a government doctor in the Soviet Union. After the breakup of the Soviet Union he studied abroad at INSEAD College in Fountainbleu, France. He graduated with a degree in business administration there.
After graduating from business school, Alexei Beltyukov helped create a flurry of businesses. Mechanics, New Gas Technologies. A-Ventures Ltd, Brunswick Rail Leasing, and Endemic Capital are all firms that he helped to found. Alexei’s business acumen involves technology and finances. He now invests heavily in Russian technology companies.
The great business eye and talent of Alexei Beltyukov led him to being appointed as vice president of the Skolkovo Foundation.
Mr. Beltyukov also worked on the Renova Project, which aimed to turn around massively underperforming companies and assets.