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October 16, 2021

Samsung brings the Smart Classroom concept to Bucharest

The Ministry of Education signed a partnership with Samsung Electronics Romania, launching yesterday, in the presence of the minister Remus Pricopie, the educational program Smart Classroom in the “Nicolae Kretzulescu” High Commercial School in Bucharest.
Smart Classroom offers complete solutions, including hardware and software support as well as a digital content adapted to the curriculum recommended for high school students. In the digital class that was equipped with 31 Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets, an E-board, , a Smart TV and two laptops, over 350 students (from 11th and 12th forms) of the “Nicolae Kretzulescu” High Commercial School in Bucharest will be able to take the optional course “Professional Success”. Basically, the digital classroom allows the real time communication between the students and the teacher, the checking by the teacher of the information displayed on the students’ tablets and the exchanges between high schools through the cloud system. The Ministry of Education is currently working on a structural funds project for the next EU budget, 2014-2020, of approximately 100 million Euros, to digitalize the classrooms, Remus Pricopie said. The “Nicolae Kretzulescu” High Commercial School is the first of three schools to get the Smart Classroom, the next schools being from Timisoara and Iasi. In turn, the minister for Higher Education, Mihnea Costoiu, said that soon all schools will have high speed Internet.

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