Speaker Miguel Nussbaum
Affiliation Catholic University of Chile
Host Donald Brinkman
Date recorded 31 January 2012
The question this presentation addresses is how can we get the same benefits of active participation and personal feedback that a computer provides at the cost of just a dollar per child per year? The answer is an Interpersonal Computer, in our case consisting of a PC, a projector, and a mouse for each child participating in the activity. We show how we can teach math and language, using a personal and a collaborative approach, and analyze the value of games.
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