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OLE Nepal Year End Review January 11, 2011

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Year End Review

The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project in Nepal started in April 2008 with 135 students from grades two and six in two test schools in Lalitpur receiving E-Paati laptops along with 22 teachers trained on laptop integrated teaching methods. The E-Paatis were pre-loaded with curriculum-based interactive educational activities, E-Paath, which is an integral part of this novel approach. It was a humble beginning for an ambitious project that aims to transform education by improving quality and access through the integration of technology in the daily teaching-learning practice. With the long term vision to bring a systemic change, OLE Nepal went beyond simply equipping classrooms with hardware and connectivity, and set out to demonstrate an effective and scalable implementation model that put major emphasis on curriculum-based digital educational materials and teacher preparation. Read more

Literature for Young Adults: Content Creation Project

OLE Nepal has started an ambitious project to create content relevant to young adult in Nepali literature. Over the span of two years we spent collecting and archiving works of Nepali literature, we realized that there was a real dearth of literary materials for young adults between the ages of eleven and eighteen. After a number of discussions on this topic, E-Pustakalaya’s Advisory Panel met on November 30, 2010 at OLE Nepal office to plan the content creation process to meet the literary needs of teenagers in Nepal. Read more

Asia Society’s Asia 21 Young
Leaders Summit

Rabi Karmacharya, Executive Director of OLE Nepal, was chosen among more than 200 emerging leaders from some 30 countries and economies in the Asia-Pacific region to participate in the Asia Society’s fifth annual Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit, held in Jakarta from December 3-5, 2010. Read more

 Open Learning Exchange Nepal  

PO Box 8975, EPC 2394
Kathmandu, Nepal

Telephone: +977-1-554-4441 , +977-1-554-4441


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