• 7 January 2019 - 10:11
  • News Code: 363850
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The head of Saadi Foundation has announced launching a small studio right in the building of the foundation equipped with the modern technologies for online training of Persian language in order to speed up the education and expanding Persian language.

Iran (IMNA) – "A small studio has been inaugurated in Saadi foundation to provide various programs to help the learning process of Persian language," Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel said. "Persian is one of the languages that has been taught in more than 80 countries, this language cannot be taught without taking advantage of new technologies and distance education," Reza-Morad Sahraee, the training and research deputy of Sadi Foundation said.

"The first virtual training will be carried out for a Persian school in Australia. Educational resources of Saadi Foundation will be put on the school website, so there is no need for students to come to Iran," he noted.

"Launching this studio is a part of virtual training project of Saadi Foundation that includes simultaneous and asynchronous virtual training, and electronic content production," Ehsan Tufani-nezhad, the director of virtual training of Sadi foundation said.

"The main activity in the studio is making educational videos for asynchronous training, however, we have tried to provide a multi-purpose center, so that we can record audios and hold simultaneous virtual classes as well," he added.

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