In the Indian system of education, it is mandatory that the child clear his intermediate level and then proceed to his college education. Class 12 represents the final test of a student before he is let out in the world to pursue higher studies. Many times, coupled with entrance tests, the grades and marks secured in the senior secondary examination form the very basis of a child’s admission to the college or university of his choice and desire, thus, serving as gateways to a bright career. Continue reading
The primary Math education is a key determinant and I must say the very foundation of the computational and analytical abilities a student requires for a strong secondary education. It is the very base on which secondary education is built on. This is why it is mandatory that the teaching techniques and methods we employ as teachers and educators be of such rich quality that the development of a child with respect to his mathematical abilities be wholesome, practical and balanced. Continue reading
The whole team of Genee World is pleased to announce that it shall be exhibiting at Integrated System Europe to be held in Amsterdam in February, 2014.
The ISE experience is all about the trifecta made up of Education, Training and Networking opportunities. The 2014 show will be an amazing experience as InfoComm International and CEDIA will be offering a broad spectrum of free to attend education sessions.
We are here to promote our latest Touchscreen technology. At the show, Genee will be unveiling for the first time its brand new 84″ 4K screen, four times the resolution of HD.
Our Interactive Whiteboards, Visualisers, and Audience Response Systems will also be showcased. We will demonstrate what makes them so unique and how our ICT products render an ordinary classroom or presentation hall into a highly interactive one.
Not just this, all audience members will be given the opportunity to test the products for themselves, and Genee shall do its best to answer all user queries on the spot. The ISE is a great opportunity for Genee to forge ties with existing resellers and distributors worldwide and to expand business by building relationships with new partners.
Please stay tuned for more details and latest updates about the show on our website: http://www.iseurope.org/home.php
About Integrated Systems Europe:
Launched in 2004 to bring about the unison of professional AV and ICT solutions market on a pan European basis, ISE soon became the unanimous choice of all ICT manufacturers and distributors to be the annual marketplace showcasing the latest advancements in the world of technology, education and networking.
ISE is owned and run by not for profit trade associations and a joint venture between InfoComm International and the Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) since 2007.
Conducted annually at the splendid Amsterdam RAI, this 2014, the ISE will be seen conducting international level exhibitions. This show is a great attraction for a diverse group of ICT and AV manufacturers, dealers, suppliers/distributors, contractors and consultants catering to equally diverse streams of education, corporate, hospitality and sports etc.
The Integrated Systems Europe show will take place on the following dates:
|1.||Tuesday||4 February 2014||09:00 AM to 06:00 PM|
|2.||Wednesday||5 February 2014||09:00 AM to 06:00 PM|
|3.||Thursday||6 February 2014||09:00 AM to 06:00 PM|
Integrated System Europe Show Details:
Stand: 3-A108, Hall 3
Admission Fees: Onsite registration: 60.00 €
Online pre-registration: 40.00€
(visit www.iseurope.org and use the Registration Key 914177 for FREE Admission)
Location: Amsterdam RAI, Europaplein 2-22, 1078 GZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands
All visitors to the Integrated System Europe will find ‘Genee World’ at stand 3-A108, Hall 3.
Please download our ISE map to find us easily.
Genee World invites prior notice via email from anyone who wishes to attend this international event and visit Genee World’s stand in Hall 3.
Please get in touch:
Email id: email@example.com
Phone Number: +44 (0)1902 390878.
The entire team of Genee looks forward to seeing you there!
Teaching contrary to popular opinion is a much difficult job to do.
Just in case you disagree, take a quick look at some very common facts.
With so many children and a whole lot of syllabus to cover, it becomes excessively difficult for the teacher to do both the things. A teacher has to make sure that his lesson plans are precise, that the subject being taught is made captivating enough to hold the students’ attention and interest, maintain discipline, answer queries, ask questions and evaluate the progress of each and every student (ranging from 35 to 40) all in a span of forty minutes! Continue reading