Educational Technology Debate
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Laptops to Lesotho Inc.
A decade ago, Nicholas Negroponte burst into the imagination of educators and technologies worldwide with a brilliant vision of every child in the developing world using a laptop to learn learning. At the time, this was a revolutionary idea, and it brought forth a seemingly endless stream of commentary, hype, and announcements of countries planning massive one computer per child programs.
Teacher vs. Student ICT
- Is the OLPC model still valid?
- Do schools still need one laptop per student?
- Or is computing hardware now totally ubiquitous?
- Is it time to again focus on curriculum, content, and pedagogy?
- And can we finally remember the teachers?