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Columbus School for Girls One Laptop Per Child 2012


News from the Classroom – Columbus School for Girls One Laptop Per Child 2012.

Great service learning project!� Probably has some of the key elements that draw and keep girls and women in Computer Science: lots of storytelling with Etoys, service learning (teaching others!) and strong team / social element, evident on this and other pages.� Makes me wonder if we should look at partnering with a high school in addition to our elementary schools, and then get some service learning to happen in that smaller context.�

 

One comment on “Columbus School for Girls One Laptop Per Child 2012

  1. Bob Braxton
    May 30, 2012

    neat!

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This entry was posted on May 29, 2012 by in deployments, Etoys, OLPC, pedagogy, XO.

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