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The Children’s Machine

These are some unfinished notes that I have taken while reading the Children’s Machine by Seymour Papert. Hope that someday I will weave them into something more fluid.   Why, though a period when so much human activity has been  … Continue reading

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Turtle Art Galore…

Here is one for the Turtle Art! The idea that the child should program the computer and not the other way round was initiated by Seymour Papert in his book Mindstorms. Papert calls the field constructionism instead of Piaget’s constructvism. … Continue reading

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A Mass charger for OLPC!

1~~  I am currently working on deploying OLPCs [One Laptop Per Child] a.k.a.  the $ 100 laptop a.k.a. XO in India. The Green colored laptop looks  pretty with children being very happy to have one, and what is best  is … Continue reading

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