And as technology advances with the proliferation of internet connected mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets, users are finding new methods to share information. As a result of this, educators are exploring ways to use these tools in the classroom to enhance learning and productivity.
Most modern classrooms in the country are expected to be connected to the internet through Wi-Fi or wireless broadband and are equipped with desktop PCs, notebooks and even tablet PCs. Classrooms are evolving from isolated learning environments into global collaborative learning centres.
As demand for digital education tools grows, device manufacturers and solution providers are realising emerging opportunities in the academic field. Governments are beginning to understand the importance of adapting to the changing needs of tech-savvy students.
As a result, many governments are implementing aggressive initiatives such as digitising public school textbooks. Their primary goal is to make fundamental improvements to education through interactive teaching tools in the classroom and beyond.
Samsung Electronics Tanzania launched its first Samsung Smart School Programme last month to support the initiated programme under the
The aim of this programme is using ICT (Information Communication Technology) to alleviate the problem of the shortage of teachers, learning materials, and reinforce the eLearning environment in
Tanzania Beyond Tomorrow Programme is an innovative eLearning initiative which is mainly focused on transforming the secondary school system across
The advanced teaching solution provides an enhanced and flexible learning environment. The Samsung Country Manager, Mr
"This launch of our Samsung Smart School Programme in
Samsung Smart School Programme is an advanced teaching solution that allows a teacher to teach effectively and encourage student participation in lessons.
Students can also enjoy various functions that allow teachers and students to communicate more interactively. For integrated effective class management, three different programmes are provided for tablet devices, PCs and web servers.
Although most educators are aware of these planned changes, many are uncertain about how the classroom teaching environment will change. However, progressive schools are implementing electronic classroom teaching tools and are finding improved results in learning engagement and classroom management.
Teachers are finding it increasingly difficult to provide personalised attention to students; as a result they are looking for dynamic new ways to engage students in the learning experience.
Educators need to focus on tools that not only motivate students to learn, but also increase collaboration and enthusiasm. Advances in digital technology have opened new avenues of communication, which are being translated into valuable teaching tools.
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