OKTA donates Interactive Whiteboards for  “Idnina” and “Zlatan Sremec” Schools January 11, 2017

OKTA JPG (300x80)The schools for children with disabilities “Idnina” and “Dr. Zlatan Sremec” received interactive whiteboards as a New Year’s donation from OKTA. The idea for this kind of donation arose from the need to bring educational contents to children in a different and more interesting way.

“Idnina” and “Zlatan Sremec” are two schools that OKTA traditionally visits in the pre-New Year period. This year we decided to give a donation that will benefit the current and future generations of students of these schools and will significantly contribute to improving the educational process. The interactive or smart whiteboards bring benefits for teachers as well, offering them the opportunity to bring the teaching program closer to the students in an interesting and effective way”, said Marija Stavreva, Manager of corporate social responsibility and communications in OKTA.

The interactive whiteboards, as a new and modern way of teaching, will meet the needs of both schools and school representatives confirm this by stating that this donation will significantly facilitate their daily work.

This donation once again proved OKTA’s commitment and determination to initiate and implement socially responsible practices that provide benefits to various groups and segments of the community.

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