MDEC Launches “Kembara #mydigitalmaker bersama PINTAR” – Exposing digital education to rural schools

Syed Hassan Algadrie
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MDEC Launches “Kembara #mydigitalmaker bersama PINTAR” – Exposing digital education to rural schools

“Kembara #mydigitalmaker bersama PINTAR” rolls out

Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation also known as MDEC has recently rolled out a mobile learning unit under the national #mydigitalmaker initiative with the mission of creating exposure and opportunities to digital education for some 100,000 students in rural, sub-urban and underprivileged schools.

Dubbed “Kembara #mydigitalmaker bersama PINTAR”, the initiative is done in partnership with PINTAR Foundation and supported by the Ministry of Education Malaysia. PINTAR Foundation is a not-for- profit organisation that spearheads school adoption programmes.

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Interestingly, the “Kembara #mydigitalmaker bersama PINTAR” isn’t just some unseen programme, it is literally a bus. A bus custom fitted with a  range of exciting digital making tools as well as information about future digital technology careers and the safe usage of digital technology. The bus will travel to most states across Peninsular Malaysia exhibiting various digital making tools and content to an expected 100,00 students, teachers, parents and local communities from rural, suburban and underserved schools over a 2 tear period.

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