19 November 2012

Angola: Workshop On Implementation of Computer Security Strategies

Sumbe — The participants in the first workshop on human development held in the Sumbe, coastal Kwanza Sul province, recommended the implementation of a strategy of computer security in educational management of the local Higher Education Science Institute (ISCED), said a statement distributed Monday to ANGOP.

The workshop is an initiative of the ISCED's Katiavala Bwila University in Sumbe.

The participants also recommended the regulation of methodological work as a priority for the preparation of teachers at all educational levels, as well as the improvementof the professionalism of teacher performance.

The development of a method for evaluating professors' performance based on a set of dimensions and indicators, the holding of workshop of the kind every two year at the level of the teaching and research department are part of the final conclusions.

The event also discussed the need to draft methodological proposals based on active methods to improve students with learning difficulties.

The vice-chancellor of the Katyavala Bwila University, Alberto Jacinto Kiteculo, said the innovation projects presented by lecturers meet the needs of the local and the training project, the need to implement a strategy for computer security in educational management of ISCED in Sumbe ".

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