Trinidad and Tobago E-Classroom

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The aim of the Trinidad and Tobago E-Classroom (Trinidad and Tobago) is two-fold — to facilitate educators in managing and promoting learning and to encourage learning in students. Trinibagoeclassroom.com is an online learning management system which makes it easy for an educator to deliver content on a web-based platform where students can watch a video, or do an exam or quiz which is scored immediately. It can be used to conduct full online courses, as well as to augment face-to-face courses. Teachers and students don’t need to be web-savvy to take advantage of the technology. Although similar technologies are available at universities, this programme is engineered to target secondary and primary school students. The website contain a very large deployment of hundreds of thousands of students. trinibagoeclassroom.com is facilitated with activity modules such as forums, databases and wikis to build richly collaborative communities of learning around their subject matter. The programme is free to all schools.

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