[IAEP] Looking for a school to see technology in education in action in Orlando or Miami area

Christoph Derndorfer e0425826 at student.tuwien.ac.at
Thu Jan 10 12:18:23 EST 2013

Hey Rita,

maybe someone from OLPC Association in Miami (e.g. Melissa) can connect you
with the folks at Liberty City’s Holmes Elementary School where a Knight
Foundation sponsored project started last year:


On Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 5:35 PM, Rita Freudenberg <
rita at isg.cs.uni-magdeburg.de> wrote:

> Hi,
> on behalf of my colleagues I'm looking for a school they can visit while
> they are attending FETC conference in Orlando at the end of this month.
> Here in Magdeburg, Germany, we are working in a project "classroom of the
> future", dealing with the technological and educational challenges when
> using laptops in the classroom. They are very much interested to see how
> these things work in other countries.
> If you know a school they could visit or a person they could talk to,
> please let me know. They are not only interested to see best practice, but
> also, what kind of problems arise. Since we are at the beginning of this
> here in our area, we want to learn what works and what to anticipate.
> For plan b, do you think I could just approach schools in the area and ask
> if they can visit? They are both computer scientists, but their first
> training was to become teachers. Now they work here at the university in
> Magdeburg in the teacher training group.
> Thank you for your help!
> Greetings,
> Rita
> Rita Freudenberg
> rita.freudenberg at ovgu.de
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Christoph Derndorfer

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