Urban vs. Village

I went to Moses Van Der Byl Primary School, located in the Namibian capital city Windhoek. I stayed in my sister’s class (she is a science teacher at the school), where students rotated each class period. The aim was to see if reactions to the iPad at an urban school would differ from the schools […]

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Attack of the 1st graders

While at Moses Van Der Byl Primary School, my brother and I had the chance to go into a 1st grade class to see if there’s any difference in how younger students react to the iPad. The Process I debated about changing the approach out of concern that younger students may not be able to […]

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iPad art 2

Below are the pictures drawn by students at Shaanika Oshilongo Senior Secondary School using the iPad using the “Draw for iPad” program by Eric Sadun. Each class was divided into three groups where the groups had to agree on an idea of what they would like to draw and designate an artist. Each group had […]

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Thanks but no thanks…..

After having a great experience in Northern Namibia with the iPad, I wanted to try the same exercise at schools in the capital city Windhoek to see if there would be any differences in discussions between the students. My suspicion was that the students in the capital would be more aware of technology and would […]

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iPad art

Below are the pictures drawn by students at Nangombe Combined School using the iPad using the “Draw for iPad” program by Eric Sadun. Each class was divided into three groups where the groups had to agree on an idea of what they would like to draw and designate an artist. Each group had 3 minutes […]

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My alma mater…sort of

Located in the northern part of Namibia, Nangombe Combined School is a school that I attended when I was in standard five (currently grade 6 – after Namibia became a free country in 1990, we stopped using standards an changed to grades) before moving to Windhoek, the capital city.Basic stats for the school: School Name: […]

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