KCFI Operations director Edric Calma (5th from left), with (l-r) former KCFI Resmob manager Dianne Mijares, Starmobile brand manager Martin Mauhay, DepEd school district supervisor Loida Alcantara, principal Jenny San Andres, Starmobile marketing manager Elijah Mendoza and KCFI communications officer Michael Ramos, shows the tablets from StarmobileIn an effort to push modern technology to public schools, 50 brand-new Starmobile tablets were donated to Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc. (KCFI) in a turnover and contract signing ceremony at Caniogan Elementary School in Morong, Rizal.
The tablets will be loaded with more than 50 newly developed games from Knowledge Channel featuring content from “MathDali” episodes.
Being a pioneer in transmedia learning, KCFI has been developing educational games as complements to program episodes since 2008.
“Kids these days are not just exposed to television, they’re already using tablets and mobile devices,” said director of Operations Edric Calma. “This partnership with Starmobile will help us bring our educational content to more Filipino learners through different modes and platforms.”
Also present at the event were Starmobile marketing manager Elijah Mendoza and brand manager Martin Mauhay, Department of Education school district supervisor Loida Alcantara and principal Jenny San Andres.
Starmobile gave away backpacks and a smartphone to members of the audience during the program. The host school also received a new laptop from Starmobile.(Story/Photos by: M.Ramos)