TECHNOLOGY IN CLASSROOMS
Students get all the ICT support in their smart classrooms and are encouraged to perform as digital learners. The latest technology with Interactive Boards and Projectors is extensively used in the classroom to benefit young learners. The modules are aligned with the curriculum in an interactive and engaging way. All the teachers are allotted laptops to keep abreast of the latest advancements in the pedagogy and in their respective field.
E- TEACHING AND LEARNING INTERACTIVE BOARDS
The role of educators and teachers has expanded with time, making them more creative, innovative and engaged with the students. They now have access to the latest educational technology with interactive smart boards replacing the traditional black boards along with Projectors and Laptops. The features of a computer, Internet, Power Point Presentations and animation have been blended together to create the WOW factor in MRIS classrooms.
Smart classes offer a rich content of highly animated knowledge. Audio-visual modules in sync with the curriculum are also presented in the classes. The latest technology is extensively used as a learning tool at MRIS. These help make learning interesting for the learners easier. All the classrooms at MRIS are well equipped with smart class technology. The modules are lined with the curriculum in an interactive and engaging
CONNECTED WITH THE WORLD AT THE CLICK OF A BUTTON
MRIS provides a favourable learning environment, in tune with the latest trends. Facilities for both study and research work, such as Local Area Network (LAN), student workstations, scanning; printing and digital camera facilities, access to the Internet and World Wide Web, and other online and off-shore services, are provided to supplement coursework. The campus has a computer lab with advanced infrastructure to cater to the requirements of students, teachers and the curriculum. The school has a complete Wi-Fi system for internet access, as well. Students get all the ICT support in their smart classroom and are encouraged to perform as digital learners.