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Adopt technology to improve education--Sackey

THE Chief Executive Officer of the Digital Education Group (DEG), Mr George Sackey, has urged educational institutions and parents to take advantage of emerging information and communications technology to improve teaching and learning.

“Education is very dynamic and especially in this technological age, educational technology is growing very fast. The world is departing from the traditional blackboard, straightjacket way of learning.”
“It is now about inculcating new learning methods including modern science and technology,” he said at an e-learning conference in Accra.

Conference aims
The conference, organised jointly by DEG and Intelitek, brought together more than 500 players in the educational sector made up of proprietors of schools, teachers and officials from polytechnics.
The participants were taken through areas in developing e-learning and virtual classrooms, provision of e-science laboratories in schools and the role of robotics in modern education.

According to Mr Sackey, educ…

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