As an official country partner of Google for Education in Pakistan, Tech Valley aims to provide solutions to schools, colleges, and universities to enrich their learning and teaching experiences. We also help students learn and use technology responsibly at an early age.
To help flood-affected students join back school, the Ministry of Federal Education has launched School On Wheels, a Google-funded initiative to bring classroom amenities to the students of D. I. Khan initially, coupled with powerful devices, i.e., Chromebooks. School on Wheels aims to help students continue their education by generating interest through engaging curricula and fun activities.
If you can identify any area where flood has affected the schools or where you think School On Wheels can provide maximum benefit, fill in the information through this form so that area could be the Next Stop for School On Wheels.
Tech Valley Pakistan’s Google certified team trained teachers and students on how to use Google tools to carry out distance and digital learning at their schools.
Tech Valley along with Google and the Ministry of Federal Education started this project under the Digital Pakistan initiative. The aim of this project was to digitize and improve the teaching and learning system of government schools in the federal capital.
With the help of the Ministry of IT & Telecom, Telecom Foundation Schools and Virtual University, Tech Valley launched Google’s CS First programme to empower the teachers and students with the latest computer science skills including coding and safe internet browsing.
Be Internet Awesome teaches kids the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety so they can explore the online world with confidence and make smart decisions. The Ministry of IT & Telecom, Tech Valley & Google joined hands to provide training with the aim to incorporate digital skills and assist in integrating the digital landscape, beginning right from the early age, with the support of latest Google programs.