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Millions of Computers for Millions of Children

Yesterday ( it should be now read “a couple of years back”)while giving a talk, I was asked this rhetorical question (not verbatim, but close): “What did you say was the sample size of your study?” “Two. This was a … Continue reading

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Computers in Teaching and Learning

The question of whether a computer should be used in teaching and learning, is no more interesting than the question whether a book should be used for reading. The interesting question is of how to use the computer to teach … Continue reading

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Examinations: Students, Teachers and the System

We think of exams as simple troublesome exchanges with students: Glance at some of the uses of examinations: Measure students’ knowledge of facts, principles, definitions, experimental methods, etc Measure students’ understanding of the field studied Show students what they have … Continue reading

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