Creativity Lab opens in Armenian village school

Creativity Lab opens in Armenian village school

PanARMENIAN.Net - VivaCell-MTS and the Children of Armenia Fund (COAF)’s continuous collaboration resulted in the opening of the sixth Creativity Lab, the company said.

Equipped with a smart board, modern computers, as well as special mobile furniture, the newly opened Creativity Lab will host students from the Dsegh community school in Lori province of Armenia.

The Creativity Lab will help students, who are eager to learn, and teachers, who wish to integrate the use of technologies into the tutorial process to make it more interesting and content-rich. The peculiarities of these innovative classrooms include powerful technological capacity, as well as availability of special mobile furniture, which allows for the implementation of individual work, activity in pairs and in groups.

“Education has an important role for the development of any country striving for. The knowledge acquired during school years becomes more useful when the student can think logically and show a creative approach. I think that such creativity labs will functionally serve to this end,” VivaCell-MTS General Manager Ralph Yirikian said.

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