Thursday, October 23, 2014

Intel Morocco and I incorporate ICT-Education in private schools – THE MORNiNG

Published <- - title!>: October 23, 2014 – HS, THE MORNING

The two partners have set up a hardware and software solution based on four pillars: Equipment; Software; Digital content and professional training and service.

“As a sponsor of innovation through technology, we are convinced that ICT improves the educational system and the educational outcomes of young Moroccans. This vision is the result of a decade of work, research and collaboration with more than 100 departments and governments around the world and we are proud of our partnership with I-Education on this pilot project we hope to extend to all Schools United, “said Said El Mouden Development Manager Intel Business Morocco.

The statement came at the launch of Intel Morocco, in partnership with I-Education company Moroccan specializes in developing and deploying solutions for education, a hardware and software solution that provides equipment, educational content and professional service for private schools in Morocco.

official presentation of this solution took place in Rabat, October 22, in the presence, among others, representatives from the Ministry of Education and the Association of Independent Schools and is part of the company’s commitments for the integration of information technology and communication (ICT) in schools in the UK and to work with the entire ecosystem in the sector of education.

contribute to the transformation of education based on a learning concept that places the student at the center of the assimilation of knowledge process The solution implemented by both partners aims.
The said solution is thus based on four pillars: Equipment; Software; Digital content (fruit Intel partnership with global leader in digital content development to know the contents British Council for English learning, content Khan Academy for science subjects …) Training and service, which is to train teachers in online and face several programs

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