South East Education Division senior inspector of schools Maxwell Hezekia says he is impressed with modern teaching aids introduced at Mama Khadija Girls Private Academy in Mangochi District, adding the method will promote quality education.
He made the remarks after touring the school on Saturday where he also presented certificates to teachers who completed training in the teaching method called “One Screen Interactive Flat Panel Programme” where students will be taught through screens as opposed to using black boards.
“I am impressed by the school’s quest to embrace technology and other essential facilities needed for modern days’ education. The school is in a class of its own,” he said.
He also said the modern facilities will encourage girls to
remain in school, thereby helping government achieve its goal of keeping more girls in school.
In his remarks, the method’s facilitator Fouad Mutaz from Sudan said the method will make teaching easy for teachers and will promote class attendance among students because learning will be exciting.
The school’s head teacher Adil Livanga promised to continue introducing modern teaching and learning methods at the school, saying they want to remain the best.