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Need to Reinforce Quality Education, Miss Rwanda ‘Lessons’ News Of Rwanda – Rwanda News http://ht.ly/JHKmV
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ep - Sugar Digest 2015-02-03 http://ht.ly/Jfhj0
Sugar Digest. 1. Congratulations to Ignacio Rodríguez and Sam Parkinson, the grand-prize winners from Sugar Labs in Google Code-in. Our finalists are Cristian Garcia, Daksh Shah, and Jae Eun (Jasmine) Park. All five did great work, fixing bugs, writing documentation, and taking us to new places.
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TURTLE BLOCKS: AN INTRODUCTORY MANUAL - PDF http://ht.ly/JfgCG
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Rwanda, ICDL to advance digital literacy http://ht.ly/Jc9XG
A Memorandum of Understanding signed this week between the Government of Rwanda, through the Ministry of Youth and ICT, and ICDL aims to advance digital literacy in Rwanda. ;
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A Solar System for Silar’s Orphanage, Port Au Prince Haiti | OLPC School Server http://ht.ly/Jc5ct
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Inventar para Aprender pdf http://ht.ly/JHItv por @garystager
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ep - Sugar Digest 2015-01-21 http://ht.ly/Jfj4f
In schools, all hardware and software bestow agency on one of three parties: the system, the teacher, or the learner. Typically, two of these actors lose their power as the technology benefits the third. Ask a group of colleagues to create a three-column table and brainstorm the hardware or ...
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TURTLE BLOCKS: MANUAL ON MORE ADVANCED BLOCKS http://ht.ly/Jfh86
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ep - Sugar Digest 2015-02-12 http://ht.ly/Jfflx
Sugar Digest. 1. A few weeks ago there was a guest op-ed piece, “Can students have too much tech?”, in the NY Times arguing among other things that Internet access was undermining programs like One Laptop per Child. I found it surprising that Susan Pinker would cite One Laptop per Child as the ...
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While deploying XO laptops in the far west http://ht.ly/Jc7kw
I was quite excited from early on. Our team of two (Basanta Dai and myself) were heading towards far-west Nepal on January 12th. It was my first visit to far-west – Bajhang to be specific, and my first experiences of deploying XO (E-paati) laptops. I had my bags ready with necessary stuffs for ...
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EL MAESTRO/PROFESOR RESPONSABLE DEBE USAR LAS XO DEL PLAN CEIBAL EN EL AULA http://ht.ly/Jc6IP
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OLPC's mission is to empower the world's poorest children through education
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We aim to provide each child with a rugged, low-cost, low-power, connected laptop. To this end, we have designed hardware, content and software for collaborative, joyful, and self-empowered learning. With access to this type of tool, children are engaged in their own education, and learn, share, and create together. They become connected to each other, to the world and to a brighter future.