Better use of technology in the classroom is key to improving students' performance, according to a leading computer expert.
Microsoft worldwide education vice-president Anthony Salcito told the Gulf Daily News (GDN),
Over 100 Kuwaiti and non-Kuwaiti teachers from across the country were trained to effectively use technology, to help improve creativity and innovation in the classroom, recently.
A master teacher training programme was organised
Bahrain’s Riffa Views International School has been named the first Smart Showcase School in the kingdom by Smart Technologies, a leading provider of collaboration solutions.
The K–8 school was chosen because of its commitment to providing
Skype has launched an online platform which enables school teachers and students to have an easy way to find each other for collaborative projects and shared learning.
“Skype in the classroom” is a free global community created in response
US-based Smart Technologies, a leading provider of collaboration solutions, has launched its classroom amplification systems.
With speakers installed throughout the classroom, the Smart Audio 340 and 360 systems amplify teacher and student