Key markets in the Middle East and Africa have welcomed HP Inc.’s initiative as it launches its new, comprehensive digital teaching and learning program; the HP Digitally Advanced Schools in those areas.
The new initiative will integrate three components: devices, solutions, and capabilities, all under the HP brand. It is expected to bring a complete education ecosystem by integrating all three components.
Digitally Advanced Schools will consist of Intel-powered HP Notebooks, which include a range of HP educational edition products, such as the HP ProBook x360 11 G7 notebook. These are meant to ensure high-performance services for an uninterrupted learning experience that will increase student engagements and enable personalized learning.
Digitally Advanced Schools will also consist of HP Classeasy, a gamified learning management system that’s powered by Classera. It is designed to reinvent learning by inspiration, personalization, and engagement.
This platform recreates the classroom effect and activities but is now compressed into bytes and pixel environments. About 25 modules will be condensed into one learning solution.
Another item on the Digitally Advanced Schools is the HP School Coach which is powered by Mirai. The program will improve school performance and student outcomes through high-impact digital teaching and learning, school governance, and literacy attainment.
The three functions of the HP School Coach are the Digital Pedagogy Coach, which helps to create a digital transformation strategy that is unique to each school. This will determine the digital directions for each school.
The second one is the School Improvement Coach which is meant to put the regulatory framework of the country into software to be able to track and monitor the performance of the school, based on insight, efficiency, and transparency.
The third is the Literacy Attainment Coach, a significant contributor to the development of students and schools.
HP made the Digitally Advanced Schools program to help schools accomplish what the pandemic is disrupting. The company said it will continue to utilize transformative technology for immersive learning.