Category Archives: Papua New Guinea

Final Ruminations from Rumginae (Part III)

Just as every teacher I have spoken with wants more training, every school wants a technology expert. This was the case in Rumginae, and at the Jim Taylor School before it, and I was to hear it again in the … Continue reading

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Rumginae: Multiple Dilemmas (Part II)

The dilemmas faced by Rumginae Primary School are not unique to them. The challenges I’m bringing up are not meant to single out either their school, or Papua New Guinea’s OLPC deployments in particular. They are issues likely grappled with … Continue reading

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Rumginae: Multiple Dilemmas (Part I)

Is it better or worse to deploy if you know that not all of the children can have a laptop? “For a truly inclusive learning environment to be established in a school classroom, every child and the teacher must have … Continue reading

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