QUANG NGAI (VNS) — Central Quang Ngai Province and the Korea International Co-operation Agency (Koica) opened its smart classroom initiative, under the Primary School Support Project backed by the South Korean government, at Tinh Tho Primary school yesterday.
The initiaitive will help equip primary school teachers, students and local residents with computer skills with US$396,000 in funding for one year.
As scheduled, the fund will provide 189 computers, a smart board, projectors, scanners and the installation of computer rooms for nine primary schools in the province this year.
Korean lecturers and students from Bucheon University will also lecture in IT, English, Music, Arts and teaching skills and join voluntary activities. — VNS