Mikheil Chkhenkeli, Minister of Education and Science of Georgia, is meeting with foreign colleagues and education sector representatives as part of his visit to London.
In this case, the Ministers met with representatives of Microsoft, where the parties discussed the issue of an establishment of modern technologies, specifically, Microsoft virtual games and softwares to make the academic process efficient and interesting.
“Educational computer games and softwares will enable pupils to study natural sciences through games and at the same time, acquire such skills as working in team, creative thinking and so on.
At the bilateral meeting Microsoft representatives made emphasis on experience accumulated for training teachers and pledged the Ministry to support in implementing various projects.
At the meeting the parties decided to introduce one of the most popular educational resources of Microsoft for school pupils in Georgian language”, the statement reads.