Giving better access to ICT to improve the quality of education.
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is internationally recognized as a vital tool for improving the quality of education and to provide life-long learning skills for school students. ICT also helps to enhance school administration and develop better teachers through improved teaching and learning methodologies.
ROTA, in partnership with Qatar Petroleum as funding partner and Titian Foundation as its implementing partner, launched its first pilot project bringing the potential of ICT to 12 schools in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. This is the same region where ROTA is currently implementing a Teacher Quality Improvement program.
The overall goal of the ICT program is to:
A series of training, both Master Trainer and Participant Level (teachers), will be held in partnership with Intel Indonesia and Infest – the program’s training providers, over the next two years.
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