Testimonials The Microsoft Certified Educator Award Ceremony – Kingston and St. Andrew App of the Week Tablets in Schools (TIS) Page 7 Tips to Keep Your Tablet Protected and Safe


Read some testimonials from Principals, Teachers, parents and students associated with the Tablets in Schools (TIS) Project.

The Microsoft Certified Educator Award Ceremony – Kingston and St. Andrew

Recap from the Microsoft Certified Educator Award Ceremony held at the Mico Teachers College. Teachers from Regions ,3, and 6 were awarded for their successful completion of the course.

App of the Week

Every week we bring to you an app that can make being a student, teacher or parent just a little bit easier.

Tablets in Schools (TIS) Page

Visit the Tablets in Schools (TIS) webpage to find out all information on the project.

7 Tips to Keep Your Tablet Protected and Safe

Your Tablet is delicate and valuable, and is therefore in danger of being stolen, lost or damaged. Take care of your Tablet like it was your new Smartphone. Click here for tips on keeping your tablet safe.

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Students now have a place to learn, practice and watch educational resources that will provide useful information and many areas.



e-teachers               With limited resources and crowded classrooms, educating our students can be a very challenging task. The e-Learning Project has helped teachers with technology and training to unleash their creativity.  




Now parents have the opportunity to encourage their children to use technology in responsible self-development, with access to lessons, assignments, media and contact with teachers and administrators.


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Planning is improved through support for instruction and assessment with resources for the 10th and 11th grades. Your teachers will have access to pre-prepared documented lesson plans and multimedia.

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.

11th Aug 2015

Should YouTube and Facebook be blocked from tablets?

A lively debate has ensued among principals and stakeholders in the Tablets in Schools (TIS) Project as to whether the popular social media sites, Facebook and YouTube, should be allowed in schools.

21st Jul 2015
Students excelling with software on tablets

Students excelling with software on tablets

The Tablets in Schools (TIS) Pilot Project has been lauded by teachers, students and software developers for giving thousands of students a greater opportunity to better their lives through education.