[OLPC Brasil] Experiências laptópicas 1 por 1
joseantoniorocha at gmail.com
Tue Feb 27 02:32:26 EST 2007
Comentário sobre o debate
AndyZ <http://www.radioopensource.org/user/AndyZ/> Says:
February 23rd, 2007 at 11:10
As guests on the show explained, the OLPC computer presents exciting new
opportunities as well as potential new challenges. There has been nothing
quite like this before.
Nonetheless, experience with school laptop programs in the United States has
taught us a number of things. For example, after a year or two of experience
there is widespread support for these programs from students, teachers,
parents, school administrators, and the public. That has been the case in
Maine and in Henrico County, Virginia, sites of the biggest state and
district laptop programs in the U.S., where there has also been continuing
political support even after the initial "champions" of the program (such as
Gov. Angus King in Maine) left office. We have also learned that it takes
time, money, and effort for all involved to learn how to use laptops well to
support learning in school.
Laptop programs in the U.S. continue to expand. For example, Pennsylvania
has announced that all high school students will be provided with laptops.
Those interested in finding out more about schools' experiences with
so-called one-to-one computing can find information at these Web sites:
nome: "José Antonio Meira da Rocha" tratamento: "Prof. MS."
atividade: "Pesquisa e aprendizado em mídias digitais"
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