Brunei launches digital learning hub

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MiSCBrunei’s Ministry of Education officially launched its Media and In-Service Center or MiSC on October 3, which is seen as a core building block in the transformation of education through e-Hijrah, Brunei’s national development project in education.

MiSC aim to provide “relevant, inspiring, and outcomes-focused education resources to students and teachers”. To achieve these objectives, the ministry of education has integrated and implemented several key aspects of digital learning, education, and digital media best practices into MiSC.

As student’s and parent’s lives become increasingly digital, the ministry of education is focusing its efforts on transforming itself and aligning with national stakeholders to serve this and subsequent digital generations, it said.

While the MiSC facility is well designed to embody creativity and innovation, MiSC is a complex undertaking that integrates a new digital learning processes, provides ministry officers with training and development in designing effective digital materials, establishes global industry partnerships, and houses state-of-the-art digital learning design, development, and management technology. In addition, MiSC provides a dedicated space called the Learning Lab exclusively for teacher professional development.

“We have observed best practices, the painful lessons of other countries, and applied our own lessons by ensuring that MiSC has mechanisms to keep Brunei’s education ahead of the rapidly changing digital and ICT landscape. In this way, we can prepare our teachers and infrastructure better, well ahead of the innovation curve, and serve our student’s needs more effectively,” said Haji Adbul Rahim bin Derus, Director of the Department of ICT and Chief Information Officer of the ministry of education.

“MiSC will balance national education objectives focused on inculcating local values and traditions for social development with the training of hard industry skills for employability and industry development,” said Samir Patel, Principal Consultant & Project Manager of globalSOF Holdings, a key partner in the e-Hijrah programme.

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Brunei’s Ministry of Education officially launched its Media and In-Service Center or MiSC on October 3, which is seen as a core building block in the transformation of education through e-Hijrah, Brunei’s national development project in education.

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MiSCBrunei’s Ministry of Education officially launched its Media and In-Service Center or MiSC on October 3, which is seen as a core building block in the transformation of education through e-Hijrah, Brunei’s national development project in education.

MiSC aim to provide “relevant, inspiring, and outcomes-focused education resources to students and teachers”. To achieve these objectives, the ministry of education has integrated and implemented several key aspects of digital learning, education, and digital media best practices into MiSC.

As student’s and parent’s lives become increasingly digital, the ministry of education is focusing its efforts on transforming itself and aligning with national stakeholders to serve this and subsequent digital generations, it said.

While the MiSC facility is well designed to embody creativity and innovation, MiSC is a complex undertaking that integrates a new digital learning processes, provides ministry officers with training and development in designing effective digital materials, establishes global industry partnerships, and houses state-of-the-art digital learning design, development, and management technology. In addition, MiSC provides a dedicated space called the Learning Lab exclusively for teacher professional development.

“We have observed best practices, the painful lessons of other countries, and applied our own lessons by ensuring that MiSC has mechanisms to keep Brunei’s education ahead of the rapidly changing digital and ICT landscape. In this way, we can prepare our teachers and infrastructure better, well ahead of the innovation curve, and serve our student’s needs more effectively,” said Haji Adbul Rahim bin Derus, Director of the Department of ICT and Chief Information Officer of the ministry of education.

“MiSC will balance national education objectives focused on inculcating local values and traditions for social development with the training of hard industry skills for employability and industry development,” said Samir Patel, Principal Consultant & Project Manager of globalSOF Holdings, a key partner in the e-Hijrah programme.

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