|Posted by George Ashie on November 1, 2012 at 1:20 PM|
Representatives from ComputeReach International organized a two day workshop for teachers of street academy .The core issue of the programme was learning how to use Edubuntu software to enhance teaching and learning in the school. Various educative games lessons went on during the period.
The partnership betwwen Street academy and ComputeReach of Pittsburgh started about 8 months ago,
PA, USA. ComputeReach sends refurbished Apple and Linux computers loaded with educational software to nonprofits around the world. At the end of March, ComputeReach sent us 5 Ubuntu linux laptops loaded with Edubuntu! Already, our students are taking advantage of computer lessons, including a challenge to beat their computer teacher at typing speed by the end of the month.
Edubuntu is completely free! Check out Edubuntu's site below for a list of the apps our children are using. Stay tuned here and on our facebook page for pictures and videos!