• Electronics company, DepEd open first ‘Smart classroom’

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    Samsung Philippines, in partnership with the Department of Education and the City Government of Taguig, inaugurated the first Samsung Smart Classroom in Taguig City at the EM’s Signal Village Elementary School (Esves).

    (From left) Department of Education Assistant Secretary Tonisito Umali, Taguig City Councilor Jojo Eron, EM’s Signal Village Elementary School Principal Milagros Cabatic, and Samsung Electronics Philippines Corporation President Kevin Lee officially open the first digital classroom in Taguig City

    (From left) Department of Education Assistant Secretary Tonisito Umali, Taguig City Councilor Jojo Eron, EM’s Signal Village Elementary School Principal Milagros Cabatic, and Samsung Electronics Philippines Corporation President Kevin Lee officially open the first digital classroom in Taguig City

    The Samsung Smart Classroom is a fully digital and interactive classroom equipped with Samsung’s cutting-edge products and technologies to enable a more engaging, creative, and fun learning experience for Esves students.

    Samsung also provided necessary training for Esves teachers to maximize the new tablets, printers and learning management system to complement and enhance their current teaching method.

    Esves is one of the largest public elementary schools in Taguig City. It has also topped the National Achievement Test in Metro Manila for the last two years. Around 9,500 Esves students and hundreds of teachers will benefit from the Samsung Smart Classroom designed to help them continue their academic excellence.

    Prior to Esves, Samsung recently built a Smart Classroom at Baguio Central School in Baguio City in June.

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