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World Class Films - India: Can computers take the teacher out of the classroom?

Updated Thursday, 31st May 2012

How does one school in India harness technology to teach pupils living in India’s slums?

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The Hole In The Wall experiment uncovered some surprising findings about how children from the poorest parts of India react to, and interact with, computers - and how the findings are shaping education in classrooms.

 

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