The Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, Mr. Dimitri Shashkin, attended a biology interactive lesson at the 1st Experimental School. The lesson was held at the “Geocell” classroom, which is equipped with modern technologies.
With the help of new technologies, the biology teacher spent only several minutes assessing students on previous material. The task displayed on the interactive board was reflected on every student’s monitor in a "parallel" mode. The teacher was able to observe the testing process with the help of her monitor. When needed, she could make comments and direct students individually. All completed tasks are able to be saved electronically, to be checked in the future.
The classroom-cabinet, which was established upon the president’s initiative, possesses unique capabilities. The new technologies that the classroom is equipped with promote effective learning. Both teachers and students feel comfortable in the classroom. Almost all subjects are taught in the multifunctional classroom. Teachers of various subjects actively use these virtual labs. A high quality visualization and audio system provides the opportunity for interactive presentations.
The 1st Experimental School regularly hosts students and teachers of other schools and presents demonstration lessons in its multifunctional classroom.
With the assistance of MES, a new, modern classroom will be opened in Kvareli. The process will continue and modern multifunctional classrooms will be opened in all schools of Georgia's larger cities.