NEW DELHI: The Delhi government has decided to implement “Connected Classroom” program in its five schools of excellence (SoE) with the aim of giving students access to learning outside this traditional setting from this academic session.
A “technology enabled” classrooms will be established in all five schools in Rohini, Khichripur, Kalkaji, Madanpur Khadar and Dwarka as a pilot project under the program. A senior official at the DoE said that the department will set up these classrooms in collaboration with a private firm that conceived the concept.
“The students will be given chrome books (a smaller form of laptops) with their study material uploaded. The students will be able to access the entire syllabus this way. They will be able to access video and audio clips related to their syllabus. We already have smart classrooms where teacher would use projector to teach students. But, here students will be able to access the e-material on their own,” the official said.