August 20, 2009 – The Ministry of Education of the Dominican Republic has signed a contract with Master-D group, the Spanish leader in open, allowing students and teachers of this Central American country the use of the software platform Educans education, designed by that company training. Educans is an e-learning tool created for secondary education levels for managing study time and correct the errors in the act by optimizing the educational effort of students and teachers. The secretary of State visited the headquarters of the Group Master-D in Spain earlier this year at a meeting in which were the bases of this agreement and other projects for joint collaboration. The projections of the General Secretariat of Education of the Dominican Republic to establish a first stage of use of the platform that will allow the granting of up to 6,000 licenses to use such software until January 2010. This Master-D has shifted to a team of professionals Santo Domingo to get used to trainers and teachers Dominican Educans management.
A second phase of the contract provides for the complete use of existing content adaptation platform to the curricular content of education in the Dominican Republic. According to the developer of this platform in Psychology Dr. Manuel Fandos "is like a tool that both teachers and students, and allows users to achieve good results in the endnotes and support both inside and outside the classroom" . Fandos Educans added that teachers are given a tool 'integral' as it allows teachers to monitor those custom content of the students and parents and students themselves instantly check the progress and achievements. Exercises the system corrects itself and gives back information on the spot, so teachers can know when the student has worked, how long they have studied, what is wrong and so can be corrected and learn from their own shortcomings. For learn more about this platform please visit the website The signing of this agreement is another step in the line of international expansion, according to the Strategic Plan Master-D Group has.