Seeking update in latest technologies in teaching? Here's a golden opportunity

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Technological advancements continue to surge forward daily. The educational training domain stands out as one experiencing the most profound changes due to technological strides. The days of dusty blackboards and chalk are largely a thing of the past. In contrast, modern classrooms, equipped with projectors and interactive whiteboards, facilitate learning through immersive videos and imagery.

Yet the question remains, will smarter classrooms alone suffice in educating the younger generation about future technological advancements? Today teachers are actively preparing themselves to disseminate knowledge in alignment with forthcoming technological progress. This Christmas season offers educators a unique chance to explore the potential of these new technological advancements.

Yeldo Mar Baselios College, Kothamangalam, is set to host a two-day residential workshop on December 28th and 29th, organised by Unique World Robotics. The workshop aims to provide a platform for free participation, with Manorama Horizon collaborating in this event.

Experts from Unique World Robotics will conduct sessions covering artificial intelligence, metaverses, robotics, and 3D designing. This comprehensive coverage offers participants a lucid understanding of future technological landscapes. The workshop includes a visit to the Robotics AI Lab, providing hands-on training opportunities. Successful completion of live projects during the workshop entitles participants to the internationally recognised certification.

This workshop endeavours to elevate teaching practices by harnessing new technological advancements. Thirty teachers will have the privilege to participate free of cost. Register for the event through the link provided here. For further information, contact 9048991111.

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