With limited internet access in rural areas, one school in Central Province has ventured into Electronic Learning using Future School.
An online learning Computer Software, designed to teach basic numeracy and literacy to students from grades one to twelve.
Today, over thirty teachers from Mount Diamond Secondary School, graduated with certificates after successfully completing week long training on the software.
Located in the Kairuku Hiri- District, and established in 1972, Mt Diamond is the first Adventist school in PNG to take on board Future School.
This program is created specifically to assist students learn at their own pace.
The software takes 20 minutes to install and can be accessed from anywhere on campus as long as it connected to the Local Area Network or LAN.
The teachers are looking forward to introducing the new program to students when they resume next Tuesday. Kombil, said they are anticipating seeing positive results at the end of the second term.
He encouraged other schools to try out the program saying, it is meant for schools in rural Papua New Guinea.
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