HP Inc. has launched its new, comprehensive, digital teaching and learning programme, HP Digitally Advanced Schools, in key markets in Africa and the Middle East. The initiative brings together the complete education ecosystem by integrating three components: devices, solutions and capabilities, all under the HP brand.
Blending hardware and advanced pedagogy technologies into school curriculums, the programme ensures an impactful, immersive teaching and learning experience for both students and faculty members, the need for which has been accelerated by the pandemic.
The HP Digitally Advanced Schools programme consists of Intel-powered HP Notebooks, which includes using a range of HP’s specially designed Education Edition products, such as the HP ProBook x360 11 G7 notebook, to ensure high-performance services for an uninterrupted learning experience that will increase student engagements and enable personalised learning; HP Classeasy, gamified learning management system, powered by Classera. Other tools include HP School Coach, Powered by Mirai; Digital Pedagogy Coach, which helps to create a digital transformation strategy that is unique to each school by conducting a self and external assessment framework; School Improvement Coach (Puts the regulatory framework of the country into software to be able to track and monitor the performance of the school, based on insights, efficiency and transparency.); and Literacy Attainment Coach.
Senior Education Business Lead, Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe, HP Inc., Mayank Dhingra said: “Our education solutions are bold, articulate and compelling. The launch of the HP Digitally Advanced Schools programme demonstrates HP’s commitment to supporting educators and students, by bringing together technology, expertise and solutions.
“It is no surprise that the education system has been disrupted by the pandemic. As a result, educators need to be agile and quickly adopt to the new reality, to ensure students’ learning stays on track. The launch of the HP Digitally Advanced Schools programme highlights the role technology and IT play in keeping students learning from wherever they are, now and into the future,” he continued.
The new programme is a part of HP’s commitment to extending HP’s education reach and enabling better learning outcomes for 100 million people globally by 2025. In addition to this new solution, HP has been introducing series of educational initiatives such as the Classroom of the Future, HP Innovation Garage, HP IDEA and HP LIFE that aim to utilise transformative technology for immersive learning.
The programme is an extension of HP’s digital teaching and learning offerings, bringing together the entire education ecosystem for schools and ministries