Education is opening eight more applied technology classrooms at academic centers this year

The Ministry of Education, Vocational Training and Employment will open this year eight Applied Technology Classrooms (Adeca), which will represent a total of 440,000 euros and will be added to the existing 22 in various educational centers in the Murcia region.

The new classrooms will be installed at the Francisco de Goya IES in Molina de Segura; IES José Blanes, in Espinardo (Murcia); IES Villa de Abarán; IES Ribera de los Molinos in Mula; IES Poeta Julian Andúgar, in Santomera; IES La Florida, in Los Torres de Cotillas; IES Santa María de los Banos, in Murcia; and at IES Pedro Guillén in Arsena.

General Director of Vocational Training, Luis Guinonero, stated that these classrooms represent the transformation of vocational training courses into technical spaces closer to the work environment through new learning methods. To do this, usable resources are linked to each manufacturing sector through simulators and other components.

„This initiative consists of transforming classrooms into technological spaces closer to the work environment, combining resources from each manufacturing sector, through simulators and other elements,” Guinonero explained.

Investment funded by the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Program Mechanism could be allocated to the adaptation and connectivity of classrooms through the acquisition of high-speed broadband, Wi-Fi and wall-art furniture. For equipment such as touchscreens, high-end projectors, composite whiteboards, high-definition streaming cameras, 3D printers, augmented reality systems, holographic systems and high-performance computing equipment.

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