[OLPC-AU] [support-gang] Material for teacher training
sridhar at laptop.org.au
Sat May 5 08:41:12 EDT 2012
I suggest that you take a look at our One Education programme:
We _only_ supply XOs for classes who have a teacher who have passed a
training course and earnt a certification. The course is 100% online,
and hence can be completed by anyone in the world.
For further information, fill in the contact form at
One Laptop per Child Australia
On 5 May 2012 11:26, Tabitha Roder <tabitha at tabitha.net.nz> wrote:
> Hi Cristophe
> Can I suggest you talk with the Australian crowd? They have some good
> resources as they do teacher training and have a Moodle site with some
> courses that might suit.
> Kind regards
> Tabitha Roder
> eLearning specialist and olpc volunteer
> Cell +64 21 482229
> tabitha at tabitha.net.nz
> Winner: NZ Open Source Contributor Award 2010
> On 5 May 2012 08:45, Christophe Guéret <c.d.m.gueret at vu.nl> wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> We are working on setting up a course about ICT4D at the Free University of
>> Amsterdam (www.vu.nl). The idea is to train the students on this matter,
>> spend a significant amount of time on education topics and the XO, and with
>> the best students establish a team to take care of XO deployments.
>> Progressively, contacts are being established with experts in relevant
>> topics. We are also in touch with a school in Peru that received some XOs
>> but no training on how to use them - as a result, they are not used. Our
>> first goal will thus be to go there and help them making the best out of
>> their devices.
>> For this, we need to have some teaching material to be used there and we
>> also need some material to teach our students, who will in turn teach the
>> local teachers ;-)
>> We found some pointer for the former but not much for the later. Would you
>> have something to recommend?
>> Besides, it would be handy to have some XOs for the course in Amsterdam.
>> Shall we make a proposal through the contributor program or is there a more
>> appropriate way to emit such request?
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