On December 8-9, the Teacher Professional Development Center hosted a fifth Educational Technological Conference, supported by Microsoft and Liberty, aiming to develop and implement new strategies for technology use.
The experts of the field, trainers, as well as the representatives of schools, information and communication technologies companies, international organizations, academic circles and the Ministry of Education and Science, took part in the conference. They received comprehensive information on the provision of an active learning environment and the establishment of a digital culture in Georgia.
“For the fifth year, we have been sponsors of the Educational Technology Conference and continue to support development of general education for the year. The goal of this conference is to share the best practices of innovative technologies and innovative ideas among teachers. Liberty’s favorites have become teachers who have been actively using information-communication technologies in the educational process, “said David Verulashvili, Deputy Director General of Liberty.
Liberty is involved in many educational projects to promote quality education and teachers. Among them are National Teachers Award, various conferences and competitions.