INNOVATION OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN PHILIPPINE SETTINGS
The students are reminded that it is best to teach students in the vernacular and that in our current age, the digital world is the vernacular of children. By incorporating technology instead of avoiding it, it hopes to provide improvement and enrichment to education in the Philippines. Embracing technology also allows teachers the opportunity to properly guide children in the proper and responsible use of technology.
"Embodying the enthusiasm that Samsung has for the project is a prototype ‘E-board’ that you see in this photo dominating the front of the classroom, which was loaned to La Salle Green Hills for this very showcase of technology and how the PEARL project is envisioned to be."
"After exams, test results can be directly emailed to the parents’ email addresses."
This project is a first in the country because no other educational institution had attempted to pursue a completely digitalized curriculum before. As such the project will be broken down into five phases to slowly integrate technology into students’ school life. It will also help to alleviate the cost of implementing such an ambitious system.
Intel Philippines announced that it has partnered with leading education technology solutions provider FELTA Multi-Media Inc.
A Philippine-made mathematics courseware for tablet users.
a learning platform is something new in the Philippines, where tablets are still the device used in most schools undertaking mobile education programs.
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