Primary school students in Sharjah given tablets for home learning

Lughati has distributed 13,000 smart tablets

Primary school students in Sharjah given tablets for home learning

Public primary school students across Sharjah have been given tablets to help with home learning.

Lughati, an initiative that aims to empower the national Arabic curriculum with smart learning tools, has distributed 13,000 smart tablets in cooperation with the Ministry of Education.

It is hoped the tablets will help with distance learning while schools remain closed as a precautionary measure against the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Badria Al Ali, manager of the Lughati Initiative, said, “Lughati’s successful experience over the years in building and implementing smart education systems will contribute effectively to MoE’s initiative.

“Our programme has provided the young generation with the skills and confidence to utilise smart education tools and yielded great results, which are evident in the academic achievements of students enrolled into our initiative.”

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