02nd Feb 2016

Next Phase of Tablets In School Programme to be Announced Shortly.

  Minister of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining, Hon. Phillip Paulwell, says an announcement will be made shortly regarding the next phase of the Tablets In School programme. He said...

20th Jan 2016

The Microsoft certified educator award ceremony – Kingston and St. Andrew

Approximately 350 teachers received awards at a ceremony last Thursday, January 14, 2016 at the Mico Teachers’ College for completing a training programme to equip them with the skills to...

19th Jan 2016

Tablet in Schools Project for all Teachers’ Colleges

In a move to further make Information and Communication Technology (ICT) an integral component of the teaching/learning process, the Government will be expanding its Tablet in Schools programme to all...

05th Jan 2016

GIRLS WHO CODE – Students at Clan Carthy Primary learn to master their craft through the TIS programme

TWENTY-FIVE GRADE-SIX students at Clan Carthy Primary School in Kingston on Friday gave Julian Robinson, state minister for science, technology, energy and ministry, some insight into the different ways they...

13th Nov 2015

Training teachers in Microsoft Certification a success

e-Learning Jamaica Company Ltd. is ensuring that the nation’s teachers are equipped with the skills necessary to enable teaching and learning with the use of technology. This is in keeping with...

29th Oct 2015

School management is key to TIS success

If the Tablets in Schools Pilot Project is be successful, principals and school boards must incorporate the project into the management of their schools, says Manley Haye, TIS Project Manager at e-Learning Jamaica Company Ltd (e-LJam).

29th Oct 2015

Tablets provide boost to Rennock Lodge School

Students and teachers at Rennock Lodge All Age and Infant School have taken on an air of confidence following the introduction of the Tablets in Schools Pilot Project last school year. “My teachers have become technology savvy and are now experts at using tablets. They are more confident because they have been through a lot of training, courtesy of e-Learning Jamaica”, Ms. Anderson the acting Principal noted, adding “The tablets have opened doors for both teachers and students. They feel they can do anything that anyone else in the world can do. Attendance and punctuality have improved“.

29th Oct 2015

Charlie Smith eagerly awaits tablets

Charlie Smith High has been added as the 39th institution to be part of the ‘Tablets in Schools (TIS) Pilot Project where students and teachers receive tablet devices.

29th Oct 2015

TIS Project Excepted to Continue, Showing Promising Results

Education Minister, Hon. Rev. Ronald Thwaites, says the Tablets in Schools Project will not be halted or curtailed.

29th Oct 2015

Students will have improved access to apps on tablets this year

Teachers and students will be able to use their tablets more efficiently and effectively in this school year, compared with last school year.