2 edition of Computers in third-world schools found in the catalog.
Computers in third-world schools
David G. Hawkridge
Includes bibliographical references (p. 335-347) and index.
|Statement||David Hawkridge, John Jaworski and Harry McMahon.|
|Contributions||Jaworski, John, 1945-, McMahon, Harry.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 357 p.|
|Number of Pages||357|
Cite this chapter as: Hawkridge D., Jaworski J., McMahon H. () Training. In: Computers in Third-World Schools. Palgrave Macmillan, London. We would estimate that well over 60% of computers in schools are now over 5 years old and should be discarded. The most recent audit of computer facilities in Irish schools, published in , shows that one fifth of computers are more than six years old and just 4% of computers are located in classrooms, with 58% in dedicated computer rooms.
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This book looks at experience in African, Asian and Arabic-speaking countries that already have computers in some of their schools. It is based mainly on research in China, Jordan, Kenya, Mauritius, Sri Lanka and Tunisia. The authors debate policy and practice in the light of experience to date.
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Free shipping for many products. This paper is based on a international cooperative study funded by the Harold Macmillan Trust. Teachers and officials in several African, Asian and Arabic-speaking countries worked with the authors in describing and evaluating how computers arrived in their schools and what the machines are used for.
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As technology has shown a significant role in the development of the Western World and its economic growth, Third World countries are still suffering to integrate advanced technologies into their system today.
With globalization and cooperation from developed countries advanced technologies can be infused into Third World countries. Not only does it promote the proven false panacea of "formal" education, but it implies that computers in Third World schools will help the developing world to quickly become more like "us"n evolutionary view of development rejected by most Third World authors today .
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The Education Initiative (One Brick, One Book) In impoverished communities in the Third World, students often lack access to books, computers and lab materials needed for educational development. By providing learning tools, TWA will help improve the prospects of. Case study: Widening access to computer and mobile-phone technology in the developing world.
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