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Can technology make learning more interactive in class -Wireless Wednesday

m:lab East Africa

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EAT)

Nairobi, Kenya

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The m:lab will for the first time host Wireless Wednesday on edTech for students. The meetup will focus on students and their experience with technology in learning. Before the meetup, the students will be given devices to test the various education apps at the m:lab, then they can give feedback on the applications during the discussion as they also discuss the theme of the meetup. Students are invited to do this from 10:00am.

The meetup will attract students from across the country, both primary and secondary school students from private and public schools. The key discussants of the meetup will be students.

The meetup is themed: “How can technology make learning more interactive in the classroom”!


Date: 4th December 2013

Venue: m:lab East Africa

Time: 12.00pm - 2.00 pm


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When & Where


3rd Floor, Bishop Magua Centre
George Padmore Rd
Opposite Uchumi Hyper
Nairobi, Nairobi Area Kenya
Kenya

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EAT)


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m:lab East Africa

m:lab East Africa is a consortium of four organizations aiming to be a leader in identifying, nurturing and helping to build sustainable enterprises in the knowledge economy. The consortium members and their roles are :-

 

  • eMobilis, Education, training, accredition and certification.
  • World Wide Web Foundation – curriculum and content, training and Education
  • The University of Nairobi School of Computing and Informatics for rigorous academic research
  • iHub for community interaction, development space, events and access to capital and markets

 

 

 

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