New classroom opens in Sardarapat community school

New classroom opens in Sardarapat community school

PanARMENIAN.Net - A modern classroom opened in a school in Sardarapat community of Armenia’s Armavir province, with the support of VivaCell-MTS.

The creation of the classroom with innovative solutions became possible due to the cooperation between VivaCell-MTS, Children of Armenia Fund and Sardarapat school.

With an electronic smart board as well as 6 new computers, the classroom is designed for 30 students, where special mobile furniture allows students to perform individually, in pairs, as well as in small and large groups. Such an environment provides an opportunity to complete different types of activities - lessons with the use of modern technologies, class discussions and lectures, reading sessions and games.

“If we manage to make the learning environment more attractive, we will get the expected results within the shortest terms. Our nation's unique approach towards education should be targeted at preparing skilled professionals,” VivaCell- MTS General Manager Ralph Yirikian said.

Also this year, with the support of VivaCell-MTS, the Children of Armenia Fund will put into operation another classroom in the Arteni community of Aragatsotn province.

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