Smartboard ChromeOS was introduced at Google Malaysia to #CikguJuaraDigital winners, top Malaysian teachers who use technology in the most innovative ways in the classroom by Arvia, leading education technology solutions in Malaysia.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Aug 2, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – From the 26th until the 28th of July, 2022, Arvia was invited to share and showcase their latest revolutionary technology, Arvia Smartboard ChromeOS in a Power Talk by Google session at their office in Kuala Lumpur. The event was participated by more than 90 teachers all around the country who were shortlisted as the winners of the #CikguJuaraDigital, a program by Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) #mydigitalmaker, searching for teachers who set a benchmark when it comes to educational technology in Malaysia.
The brand Arvia is revolutionizing education by providing a beneficial fusion and integration of a high demanding operating system, ChromeOS in the smartboard. This fastly-emerging operating system is all about simplicity; works fast and boots up in mere seconds. Because of its simplicity, ChromeOS is much more secure than others with frequent and automatic ChromeOS updates available and built-in virus protection.
“Arvia Smartboard is perfect for classrooms as it integrates perfectly with the Chrome Enterprise Upgrade ecosystem like Google Workspace For Education environment that is currently used in Malaysian schools and worldwide. With this smartboard, teachers can easily incorporate technology into their lessons by using educational content in Digital Educational Learning Initiative Malaysia (DELIMa) and keep their students engaged and excited about learning,” said Zafarul Islam Bin Mohamed Idris, Google Educator Group Leader of Hilir Perak during the event.
Briefing together with Arvia, representatives from Google Educator Group talk about new features in Google Workspace, Google Certified Educator, and Google Gemilang. This Google ecosystem works together seamlessly with a smartboard as it fully supports Chrome Enterprise Upgrade. It provides various advantages for educators looking to move away from traditional multiple software and hardware ecosystems.
Smartboard ChromeOS ARV-500 is easy to set up and use, providing a seamless experience for students and teachers. ChromeOS is an intuitive and easy-to-use operating system platform for managing organizational data. Schools can remotely control the whole learning ecosystem through a cloud-based console.
“Arvia Smartboard ChromeOS provide responsive touch capability on any Google application, the operating system will be updated automatically and the school can choose from thousands of their favorite and preferred applications in the Google Play Store, Chrome Web Store, or Chromebook App Hub,” said Najib Habeb during the Power Talk, Managing Director of Israk Solutions Sdn. Bhd, founder of Arvia.
Complimenting the smartboard, Arvia also develops a free interactive game platform, Arviaclass. Educators can choose from various game types to engage with students, perfectly utilized with the smartboard. The participants were invited to experience themselves to play the interactive games during the event. This type of engaging teaching session using a smartboard take place in an interactive way that allows students to participate actively during the learning session with friends and the teacher.
To maintain Malaysia’s reputation as one of the most formidable educational facilities, new methods of learning have to be embraced. The traditional classroom setting is no longer sufficient; students attending need an immersive, interactive experience as the basis for learning new, complex ideas. Fortunately, digital learning or a smart classroom environment can provide this kind of setting. By taking advantage of these tools, teachers around the world can create the type of atmosphere necessary for effective learning.
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