ITWORX Education honours Mzeire’a Girls School

Girls' school won Best Smart Leadership award

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ITWORX Education honours Mzeire’a Girls School Mzeire'a Girls School was selected by a jury of judges representing the MBRSLP as well as the Ministry of Education and the office of the Prime Minister His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
By  Helen Gaskell Published  May 14, 2014

Educational software solutions provider, ITWORX Education has awarded the Mzeire'a Girls School for Best Smart Leadership at Mohammed Bin Rashid Smart Learning Programme Awards Ceremony held at the Ritz Carlton Dubai, yesterday.

Mzeire'a Girls School was selected by a jury of judges representing the MBRSLP as well as the Ministry of Education and the office of the Prime Minister His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and won because they "demonstrated exemplary use of technology to transform education across the school".

"We are embracing a new era of education with mobile technology solutions, which allows the school environment to be connected, anytime, anywhere," said Hatem Sallam, chief executive officer, ITWORX Education.

"Integrating technology in the lives of students, faculty, administrators and parents is a dynamic endeavor, but it can also be challenging to evolve the mindsets and practices of the individuals. Mzeire'a Girls School demonstrated their commitment to adopt technology to transform education through their support in the design and implementation stages of deployment."

ITWORX is the software provider of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Smart Learning Programme (MBRSLP), which enables students to use the latest software to manage their courses, share documents with peers and teachers, receive notifications of new assignments, and read teacher notes as well as e-learning materials. Teachers are able to access their timetable information, courses, class members, colleagues, and lesson materials for all classes. They can also create interactive e-learning resources. Parents are able to monitor students' progress, grades, and attendance as required.

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