IQ Russian Partner Auvix Held a Conference for Teachers in Yakutsk
The specialists from IQ Russian Partner Auvix introduced the advanced technologies in the education field and modern solutions for the organization of the educational process to the educational community of the Republic of Sakha. During the practical part of this conference held in Yakutsk, a training workshop was held on working with?IQBoard Interactive Whiteboard?and IQView E3511 Document Camera.
The participants of this virtual classroom are working with?IQView E3511 Document Camera. It has a built-in system that can directly connect to a monitor, projector and IQBoard interactive whiteboard. In a word, IQView E3511 document camera with the built-in system does not require any PC connected.
More than 80 teachers attended this conference. At the end of the class, participants took a test and received certificates. 20 participants with the best test results took part in the final quiz from Auvix. The winners of the quiz were: Natalia Burnasheva who won the?IQBoard DVT Interactive Whiteboard 82inch, Yadreeva Sakha Nikolaevna became the owner of the IQ Document Camera and the teacher Sirditov Alexander Ivanovich won a tablet with E-book.
“At the moment, we introduced the modern technologies into the educational process and it has become a strong power for the development of the education sector and the demand for interactive equipment is still high and is keeping growing,” said Alla Vladimirova, head of the Educational Solutions Department. ??Nevertheless, the issue will not be solved only by purchasing equipment but requiring teachers to work with it. Therefore, we held this conference to help teachers better work with those interactive devices.??
“This kind of conference let teachers better understand modern educational solutions that are used in progressive educational institutions,” said Oleg Solovyov, sales manager of Auvix. “It is important for us that technological training of the teachers can let them be familiar with the interactive equipment, so we are always ready to support such activities in the future.”