As in previous years, SchoolNet/iEARN-Uganda will be presenting at the upcoming eLearning Africa 2012 Conference, May 23-25, Cotonou, Benin.
Milton Chebet, Gayaza High School
One Computer Per Classroom Model
The ‘one computer per classroom model’ has been very successful in enhancing learning at our institution. By equipping each classroom with a networked computer, connected to the internet, it has facilitated better interaction between the learner and teacher throughout the learning process. In addition, the implementation of cyber digital science software was also very successful. Read More >
Chole Richard, PMM Girls' School
Project-Based Learning as a Sustainable Means to Bridge Education and Communities
Allan Kakinda, SchoolNet/iEARN-Uganda
How Technologies Support Young Africans to Live, Learn, Love and Succeed
If you are under 24 years old, or simply interested, you should join us in this session. As young Africans, this is our space at eLearning Africa where we exchange ideas on how we use, experience and appropriate technologies in ways that we believe are helpful to us. It is a hip and happening session. We hope to see you there! Read More >
eLearning Africa is Africa's largest gathering of high-level policy makers, decision makers and practitioners from education, business and government.