[IAEP] IAEP Digest, Vol 97, Issue 75
tony_anderson at usa.net
Sun Apr 24 00:53:45 EDT 2016
For a simple example. If Uruguay is allowing learners to take laptops
home; how is charging handled? In Rwanda, we discovered that
few homes had electricity. This would mean laptops taken home would be
returned with empty batteries. The school is set up to charge the
laptops in charging racks. Charging them in class time would mean
running power strips all over the floor of the classroom potentially
endangering students and the laptops (dragged to the floor). In Nepal,
wear and tear on the XOs proved too expensive so laptops now stay in the
school. After school opportunities are a good alternative, except in
many schools students walk several miles to and from school. This means
they can not stay back for after school activities. In schools with two
shifts there would lots of time for 'before' or 'after' school
activities. However, the schools do not have classroom space beyond for
the active classes.
Every deployment I have encountered is different, information about them
would be invaluable and would give us an opportunity to provide more
effective support. I think the first priority is to find the deployments
and identify a contact who could provide us with good current information.
On 04/24/2016 12:21 PM, Dave Crossland wrote:
> On 23 April 2016 at 23:45, Tony Anderson <tony_anderson at usa.net
> <mailto:tony_anderson at usa.net>> wrote:
> I really wish we had more information on where and how XOs are
> used in the field
> What information do you think we should find out?
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