Monthly Archives: October 2011

Considering Beneficaries Priorities ;the OLPC Perspective

The idea behind the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project by Nicholas Negroponte was to create opportunities to improve early education (Primary education) and create a spark for learning for children in the world’s poorest countries. As children progress through … Continue reading

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Week Two: Early Theories of Development

I found week two particularly  hard to follow as I was down with malaria throughout last week, but hey life must go on.Basically from the  first lecture Tom’s previous lecture, and further readings. Development theories serves as a guide to identifying … Continue reading

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Week 2 CAD; Defining and Measuring Development

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As preparation for the first lecture; “Critical Approach to Development” by Tom Hewitt, there was a discussion exercise and everyone was to find a text, image or short piece of audio, video that symbolized development in their own perspective.  Below is mine The picture attached … Continue reading

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About Rebecca

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Hello My  names are Rebecca Enobong Roberts, am fun loving, passionate about every and anything I decide to do. For me, it was either International development or nothing. I am inquisitive and on a constant search of knowledge to exploring … Continue reading

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