UNESCO Prize for Educational Programs of China and Finland Kazanoutside

china and finland education programs unesco award kazandi
china and finland education programs unesco award kazandi

2020 two years of UNESCO-King Hamad Bin Isa-Al Khalifa award kazanThe moment was China's and Finland's programs for the use of information and communication technologies in education. China's prize kazanThe an program is called “One College Student Per Village”, which uses artificial intelligence to support the continuity and quality of education.

The "One College Student Per Village" program, run by the China Open University, uses artificial intelligence to provide quality learning opportunities to rural students. Program; It works through an artificial intelligence platform that analyzes the sound and meaning, and automatically grades the compositions and automatic responses. In 2020, 3 students enrolled in 735 centers across the country benefited from the program.

both awards kazanThe program was selected from among applications from UNESCO member countries and other partner units, upon the recommendation of an international expert jury. Established in 2005 and supported by the Emirate of Bahrain, the award annually rewards individuals and organizations that use digital technologies to support education, training and education as a whole. In fact, the prize given is beyond its monetary value, kazanIt also provides international recognition and acceptance as innovators using digital technologies in education.

Source: China International Radio

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