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Bulgarians develop virtual classroom

Photo: vedamo.com

One of the most interesting developments of a virtual classroom – VEDAMO was named after the Old Bulgarian word vedam (know). The virtual classroom for interactive sessions was launched in 2013 by a Bulgarian team.

The platform, which was officially approved by the Bulgarian Ministry of Education and Science, has already been translated in 10 languages and has more than 20,000 users abroad, including a school of fine arts in New York.

“A hybrid training currently takes place there. Some students attend in-person classes and some study online”. The model connects the interactive board in the classroom with an online whiteboard, Svetlana Savova from the platform’s team said for BNR.

Compiled by: Vesela Krasteva

English version: Kostadin Atanasov

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