[Nepal] Need help translating Nepali teacher training materials

Bryan Berry bryan.berry at gmail.com
Fri Apr 11 06:34:04 EDT 2008

Prabhas, I have posted them here:

The Teacher Preparation guide is a pretty big document at 63 pages. I
have uploaded the pdf so far and will upload the .doc file later today.
Bipul Gautam wrote it and I believe he taught your classmate Nira Gautam
when she was at Rato Bangala. 

really appreciate your help w/ this.

On Thu, 2008-04-10 at 15:51 -0400, Prabhas Pokharel wrote:
> By which I meant, where are the materials? If they are up somewhere,
> and there is a wiki link to the translation page, we can
> collaboratively begin translating the document. All of us are busy,
> but prone to like distractions, so a group project will go well I
> think.
> -prabhas
> On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 3:24 PM, Prabhas Pokharel <motudai at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>         Sure,
>         I'll  try to poll the students to try to get someone to do it.
>         should we put the translations on the olpc wiki?
>         or do you want them elsewhere?
>         -prabhas
>         On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 7:17 AM, Bryan Berry
>         <bryan.berry at gmail.com> wrote:
>                 Hey Prabhas, when we met in Cambridge I recall that
>                 you were looking for
>                 opportunities to volunteer for OLPC in Nepal.
>                 We recently held a 4 day teacher training program for
>                 the Bashuki and
>                 Bishwamitra pilot schools.
>                 http://blog.olenepal.org/index.php/archives/239
>                 We would like to share our training materials w/ other
>                 deployments but
>                 they are currently all in Nepali. Could you and your
>                 Nepali friends at
>                 Harvard help us translate them to English?
>                 The materials would be released under the license
>                 Creative Commons 2.0
>                 Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
>                 Cheers,
>                 Bryan Berry
>                 OLE Nepal
>                 Kathmandu

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