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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