The govt of Zimbabwe through the Primary and Secondary education has announced its aim to embark on a digital and electronic teaching technique the Chronicle reports. The govt will establish smart classrooms to ensure that learners are learning in a modern way.
This was said by the Primary and Secondary education permanent secretary, Tumisang Thabela who said:
The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has a mandate of preparing learners for the future and equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge that will help them operate in an increasingly competitive environment. We have thus embarked on an exercise set to promote massive embracing of digital and electronic driven teaching and learning in all our institutions.
There is a need for all primary schools to have smart classrooms to help learners effectively research, innovate and connect with other learners in a different context that will enhance their learning experience.
Former Education Minister Lazarus Dokora abolished the old curriculum and adopted the new curriculum that requires that students learn skills like leadership, conflict management and communication among other things.
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