Epson recently conducted a study at the primary level in 12 regions of the Kingdom of Morocco, to explore the effectiveness of a hybrid approach that combines experiential teaching with classroom technologies, particularly in the learning process of reading.
In a press release, Epson indicates that on the occasion of obtaining the results of the study, the company is organizing a round table on Thursday, September 29, at the media library of the Hassan II Mosque Foundation in Casablanca. This round table will be moderated by representatives of the company, by Mohamed El Mesky, international expert in the fields of education and social and affective development, then by Majda Brayej, researcher and trainer in neurology, who came ninth in the world level and first in Africa and the MENA region in the World Speed Reading and Mind Mapping Championship.
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It should be recalled that the Regional Academy of Education and Training (AREF) of Casablanca-Settat and Epson Morocco had signed, last April, in the economic capital, a partnership agreement aimed at promoting preschool. Signed by the director of AREF Casablanca-Settat, Abdelmoumen Taleb, and the general manager of Epson French-speaking Africa, Joseph Valleau, this partnership agreement aims to establish quality, equitable and inclusive preschool.