One laptop per child: a worthy goal, but does it lead to the most effective learning? Research published over the years has challenged the assumption that youngsters do better working on their own than sharing a computer.
Join us for a discussion of the research this evening, as Steve Moss, of the Partnership for Schools, takes us through the issues.
We meet virtually at 7pm UK time, here:
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Steve has also written an article on the same subject, and that will appear in Computers in Classrooms , the free e-newsletter for people with a professional interest in educational ICT.
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