The Zimbabwe Government is seeking to establish e-classrooms for primary school students to promote a sustainable education program in the country.
The permanent secretary to Zimbabwe’s Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education, Mrs Tumisang Thabela made this known recently at the Secretary’s Merit Award handover ceremony at Emganwini Primary school in Bulawayo.
The E-classrooms are computer laboratories expected to provide easy access to E-learning program for the students.
The ministry partnered the FBC bank to donate 45 laptops, a projector, an interactive board and a whiteboard to the school for the commencement of the program.
The ministry also gave $10,000 as prize money to the school for development.
Secretary Thabela affirmed that information and Communication (ICT) learning is in line with the ministry’s institutionalized e-learning program in schools as a tool for effective teaching and learning. She stressed that learning digitally will equip the learner she with skills that will contribute to economic industrializations and give them a competitive edge over others.
Culled from www.herald.co.zw