ArmInfo. Beeline (Armenia) and the Child Development Fund (CDF) announced the final stage of the implementation of the joint program "Digital opportunities for students". As the company's press service told ArmInfo, the goal of the program is to contribute to a more interactive, interesting and effective daily educational process in Armenian schools by teaching students digital skills.
The program is implemented for 120 students aged 13-16 from 10 schools in Ararat, Armavir, Vayots Dzor and Kotayk regions.
During today's meeting, program participants presented solutions that support the learning process, developed on their own for various subjects, using the digital skills and knowledge acquired in the program. After presenting the ideas, a ceremony was held to award participating groups with incentive prizes. "Our program should enable participants to be competitive in the labor market in the future and help teachers use the digital tools to make the teaching process simpler and more effective," Naira Nazaryan, head of Beeline Armenia PR department, said.
According to the source, as a result of the program, it is planned to create a training-related catalog of tools with a subsequent generalization into a training manual, which will present methods for their use. This manual is planned to be introduced in all schools and used in the daily educational process.
To recall, VEON Armenia CJSC, currently VEON Armenia Holdings B.V. (Beeline trademark) is part of the VEON group of companies, which is one of the world's largest integrated telecom operators. The group includes communications companies providing voice and data services based on a wide range of wireless and fixed-line technologies, as well as broadband Internet access for subscribers in Russia, Italy, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Laos , Algeria, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The companies of the group provide services under the Beeline, Kyivstar, Wind, Mobilink, Banglalink and Djezzy brands.