May 24, 2014 by Leigh-Anne Perryman
“How can an elementary class of children in a small school on an atoll in the Maldives access quality textbooks? Can the bush people in Kabale district of Uganda be reached for training in bee-keeping? What devices will be needed to train teachers in the Cook Islands?
We, at the Commonwealth of Learning, believe that it is possible to reach the unreached through the use of appropriate and affordable technologies. “Aptus” or the “Classroom Without Walls” is an exciting innovation that can transform the teaching-learning experience even under a tree in a remote resource-poor location. What does this mean?….” Read more…
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