Microsoft Hosts IT Teacher Training Workshop with International Govt; Charles Nahas Comments

new-microsoft-logo_EMMicrosoft partnered with the Ministry of Education in Kuwait to host a four-day seminar intended to train teachers to use technology in classrooms.

The Kuwaiti government aimed to use the Master Teacher Training Program to educate 25 supervising instructors with the use of the information technology company’s offerings, Microsoft said Monday.

Charles Nahas, general manager at Microsoft Kuwait, said the initiative is part of Microsoft’s long term goals to help the Kuwaiti education sector create a knowledge-based society and improve socio-economic conditions.

“Through the train the trainer methodology, we are seeking to help schools gain better access to technology and enable educators to explore the benefits technology can bring in the classroom,” Nahas added.

Microsoft is also collaborating with the Kuwaiti government to develop the country’s IT segment.

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