KERIS holds Opening Ceremony of ICT-Integrated Classroom in Rwanda and Training for the Innovative Teachers

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The Korean Ministry of Education and KERIS held an opening ceremony for the Innovative ICT-Integrated Classroom in Rwanda on December 3rd, 2018. More than 80 individuals attended the opening ceremony, including the Director of the e-Learning Department at the Korean Ministry of Education, the Director of the Academic Information Division at KERIS, the Minister of Education of Republic of Rwanda, the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Rwanda, the Director of the REB, and the President and faculty of College Saint Andre.

The Innovative ICT-integrated Classroom Project is an ODA project aimed at innovating education in developing countries in order to resolve the global digital divide through sharing the ICT in education knowledge and experiences of Korea.


During this opening ceremony, Rwanda, as a partner country of the Innovative ICT-integrated Classroom Project, reconfirmed the willingness to cooperate with Korea throughout the duration of this project. 

Following the opening ceremony, KERIS held the teacher training program in College Saint Andre from December 4th ~ 6th, where 30 teachers from the Kigali region gathered to learn and strengthen their ICT capacity. The teacher training program focused on the ICT-based expertise of teachers on topics such as software education, ICT usage in teaching and learning, the utilization of learning management systems, etc.


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