Samsung demonstrates its Smart School solution at Innovation Africa 2016

 

Samsung believes that digital technology can completely transform the learning process, as well as the nature of teaching and learning, to create inclusive environments for everyone.

Its Solar Powered Internet Schools, Smart Schools and E-Learning Centres provide solutions that deliver on this vision and improve the quality of learning, enhance teaching effectiveness and allow administrators to run institutions more effectively.

Working with educators around the world to improve learning experiences through the use of technology. Samsung facilitates a classroom environment that gives students access to a world of knowledge whether at their desks or on the go.

Through these education initiatives, Samsung hopes to instill a love of learning in students so that they may have equal access to opportunities and go on to become active participants in the economy. This can help to reduce the number of out-of-school children, giving them a chance to succeed.

Samsung demonstrated its Smart School solution in partnership with Starehe Boys Centre and promised it will be engaging with various stakeholders to discuss possible partnerships.

“Collaboration with communities is key to finding the correct remedies to societal challenges,” says Tau. “At Samsung, we have a vested interest in the communities we operate in and, as a result, we have come up with solutions that directly address the everyday challenges most people encounter. Our efforts – guided by our strategic focus in the areas of education, health, the environment, and skills and employability – have seen us collaborate with different communities, NGOs and governments and we intend to continue to build on these progressive partnerships to ensure that we positively impact the lives of people.”

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