Digital Classroom for the Underprivileged Students in Refugee Camp
Refugee camp might be the last place where you can find the state-of-the-art digital classroom. Thanks to the Glasgow based company helping 150 children to get benefited from the digital classroom.
Children residing in the Dunkirk refugee camp in northern France can reach the hi-tech education now as the Scottish ideas agency Equator has developed space for hi-tech learning. This classroom consists of 20 tablets, a wireless projector and a teaching pad. It also included a wide range of educational apps to teach French, English and Maths to the children aged from 3 to 18.
This project is the invention of co-owner and chief creative officer of Equator, James Jefferson, and senior designer Lindsey. Stephen Noble and Lindsey Carr of this Equator’s Innovation Team visited the camp to put into practice the digital classroom as Lindsey has the wish of helping the people living in the camp.