CXC to record first-ever video-based syllabus orientation

(Trinidad Guardian) The Caribbean Examination Cou-ncil (CXC) will make history in Grenada this week with the recording of its first-ever completely video-based syllabus orientation. The recording is being done for the launch of CXC’s CAPE Digital Media Syllabus and will be facilitated by BrightPath Foundation, a Trinidad-based technology education non-profit. A team of teachers, CXC officers and volunteer digital media specialists will be working together to produce the orientation video.

Telecommunications pro-vider, Columbus Communica-tions has made its CC6 Community Station studio resources available to CXC for the occasion.

Rhea Yaw Ching, corporate vice president sales and marketing at Columbus said, “Columbus has been working closely with CXC and BrightPath to ensure the success of this important initiative.

A Digital Media Syllabus is an important inclusion in the Caribbean curriculum, and it also supports our large corporate objective of enabling learning through technology.”

A team of teachers, CXC officers and volunteer digital media specialists will be working together to produce the orientation video.

Telecommunications pro-vider, Columbus Commu-nications, has made its CC6 Community Station studio resources available to CXC for the occasion.

CXC provides primary, secondary and post-secondary examinations and other education services for Caribbean countries.

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