The Interactive Classrooms
The college operates 2 interactive classrooms that include ActiveFloor systems (one is applied to the floor and the other to a wall).
“The ActiveFloor system is a large-scale technological learning space that is implemented on a floor, wall, or table, and educational content is projected onto it. The students move in a space that responds to their body movements using motion detection sensors. Learning is multi-sensory, combining movement and play, and is carried out using computer applications. The system contains a variety of built-in learning content. In addition, the education staff and students can create educational content themselves, project it in the learning space and share it with the community.”
For more information: the ActiveFloor system pedagogical characterization
For details and registration
Please get in touch with the training coordinator Jocelyn Matar by email or phone: 04-905-8029