STEM, coding, digital skills. If you follow education, these buzzwords are inescapable.
It’s not as easy as buying a couple of laptops and handing them to school kids, however, as Rangan Srikhanta, founder and CEO of Sydney-based social enteprise One Education, knows all to well.
After working for years with the Australian arm of the U.S. initiative One Laptop Per Child (OLPC), which aims to give a low cost laptop to every child globally, Srikhanta told Mashable Australia he has learnt from the troubled experiences of teachers on the ground, especially those in remote areas. « Schools have been getting various devices, but they’ve been left to hold the baby in many ways, » Srikhanta said Read more…
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