13 August 2013

Angola: New Technologies Enable Learning Process - Education Minister

Luanda — The technologies are instruments that allow the learning process among children, due to their role to incentive the teaching in various contents, said Tuesday the minister of Education, Pinda Simão.

Pinda Simão said so at the ceremony meant to present the training project in new technologies of rehabilitation, sponsored by Lwini Foundation.

According to the minister, with the training based on new technologies the teachers will understand the fundamental elements for transformation the educative system needs in order to achieve the high quality of education, with equity and equality of opportunities.

In his view, these changes always require courage and determination by all educative community, specially to improve the professional and human skill of teachers.

He also said that all process of change depends on the knowledge of teachers, the kills, collaboration, creative thinking and commitment and affection in the actions.

In this perspective, he said that training in technology of rehabilitation will make up an inspiration source to create new possibilities to adequate and enrich the teaching-learning process.

Pinda Simão noted the teachers along their training will have the opportunity to share experience that will operate as tools that will neutralise the barriers for the learning process.

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