“At Digital School with TIM” continues round at “Futura”: technology lessons for teachers aiming at increasing awareness of new teaching opportunities

On show the platform Scuolabook Network for School-Work Alternation, new Microninja computer for learning coding with fun and the Olivetti 3D Desk printer

 

Stimulating the development of digital projects in schools and boosting digital skills - these are the objectives of the TIM Group at “Futura – a 3-day event dedicated to the National Plan for Digital Schools: training, debates and hands-on experience” organised by Miur in Bologna from 18 to 20 January.    

The TIM Group participates in this important event with its initiative “At Digital School with TIM”, aiming at  familiarising teachers with the use of digital tools by introducing the suite of groundbreaking technological applications available for enhancing and innovating teaching method

Within this framework, Olivetti – the digital hub of the TIM Group - and its subsidiary Alfabook will be setting up a corner demonstrating solutions and products dedicated to the worlds of school and teaching methodologies.

In particular, relating to the theme of School-Work Alternation, the online training courses for 3-year students delivered by the Scuolabook Network platform will be illustrated, having as their aim acquisition of digital skills attractive to the labour market.  The Microninja kit, on the other hand, allows coding to be taught to children in a fun simple way. This economically-priced tool is designed to promote and stimulate learning of basic IT and programming skills at home and at school, encouraging safe web surfing and access to the whole range of PC functionalities comfortably from a home TV.  On show also, in a corner stand, the Olivetti 3D Desk printer built with the Digital School in mind.