4D Technologies: appropriating handheld computers to serve the needs of teachers and learners in rural African settings.

Abstract

This paper starts from the view that Africa must drive its own development, but that educators world-wide need to work in partnership to support this process if quality teaching and learning is to be achieved for all. It is addressed primarily to the international community of teachers, teacher educators and educational policy-makers who, it is argued, need to commit to joint research and creative action in respect of the challenge of Education for All (EFA).

Citation

Presented to the mLearn 2005 Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, 26 October 2005, 18 pp.

4D Technologies: appropriating handheld computers to serve the needs of teachers and learners in rural African settings.

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