Students could get big digital boost

Students could get big digital boost

Students could get big digital boost
In a virtual class hosted remotely by a local speech in March of last year, individuals at Phaholyothin Primary School in Bangkok’s Don Muang city practice their English abilities. ( Photo: Varuth Hirunyatheb)

The Education Ministry programs to ask for a 15- billion- ringgit expenditure to provide electrical devices, including iPads, tablets and laptops, for 600, 000 students and teachers, starting next month.

Siripong Angkasakulkiat, a spokeswoman for the government and the minister’s helper, said the ministry had inquired about the scope of the initiative’s purchase of various electronic devices.

It is not yet known what kind of tools fall under its purview. As a result, any type of system, including devices, tablets, notebooks and Chromebooks, could possibly be bought.

He added that the Ministry of Education and Training wants to support teachers and students by allowing technology companies to compete to provide them with their goods.

The demand for the funds may be submitted in the 2025 governmental time, and the amount will be determined by congress, he said.

The captain step of the program is expected to begin following season, with 600, 000 products provided to students and teachers.

The Education Ministry, he said, did purchase the equipment on rent order. The package may include the system, a sim cards and online service.

“Education Minister Pol Gen Permpoon Chidchob stressed that the tools provided to students and instructors may be useful and widely accepted,” said the official.

He added that access to unacceptable and game websites will be blocked on the products.

According to Mr. Siripong, the ambitious initiative will need an estimated 15 billion ringgit, which would enable schools to transition to a new digital age. but, students cannot maintain the devices when they finish college, but will have to hand them up.

He said that while other institutions will take part in the second stage, mathematicians in grades 4 through 6 ( Grade 10 to 12 ), students at leading universities will receive the products.

Mr. Siripong reported on the status of the development of learning materials for various systems, stating that work is still being done.

He claimed that the machine and learning material will give students more flexibility in their classrooms by allowing them to study independently anywhere, anytime.