Uruguay: Children Involved with OLPC Laptops Show What They Have Learned

Hanía Villanueva, a teacher involved with the pilot project where One Laptop Per Child computers were distributed in Villa Cardal, Uruguay writes about about the Milk Festival [es]. At this event, the students were able to talk about their experiences with the computer and “the adults listen attentively.”

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