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IEEE Africon '11
One-to-one computing initiatives in developing countries have been criticized for ignoring pedagogical considerations and for lacking tight integration with the local educational context. Ukombozi primary school in Iringa, Tanzania, faced the same situation in 2009, when we received 100 laptop computers for pupils to use. Through a collaborative effort of local and foreign teachers we designed and tested a pedagogical approach which starts from the local educational context, and builds ondoi:10.1109/afrcon.2011.6072084 fatcat:eax7gnwik5ch5c6rclbmvl6zpm