The Prime Minister was impressed by how well the sixth-grade students used the 25 Chromebooks they received. The students used the Chromebooks to find the needed information for their first presentation. It shows that these materials are helping them learn and do better in school.
She visited the third-grade students and saw how excited the students and teachers were to use the 25 tablets they received. It's great to see that this project is making a positive impact on the children's education. She also stopped by the first, second, and Prisma grades, where they are using four digiboards they received.
The students are eager to learn, and the teachers are more dedicated to teaching. It is something they hope to see in all schools in the future.
Teacher Eta Geerman thanked the Government of Aruba and Futura for this project, providing schools with digital tools. She explained that these tools motivate students and make teaching more enjoyable for the teachers. The satisfaction of seeing motivated students is significant, and they are happy to demonstrate how well they are using everything they received.
Teacher Eta hopes that this project continues for many more years to help more schools. She also encourages other schools to invest time in this project to get the tools they need to improve the quality of teaching and learning.