The Key Motives Driving LRNteach and my Work with Vision Mexico and Fundación Pierre Viret

‘Educate’ comes from the Latin ‘educare’ meaning ‘to draw out.’ In this brief blog I want to draw out the purpose of LRNteach and related websites, and my day-to-day work teaching at the Fundación Pierre Viret. I have to write something in preparation for an interview...

Kolbe Gray, Christian Educator in Papua, Indonesia, in conversation with LRNteach.com (Video)

Kolbe Gray, third generation missionary to the developing world talks about Papua, education and the opportunities for service. How can you best engage with the educational needs developing world? In a presuppositional and theonomic manner. I hope this will inform and...

‘Hole-In-The-Wall’ Computer Kiosks Foster Mathematics Achievement – Sugata Mitra

In 1999, the ‘hole-in-the wall’ experiment in New Delhi, India, moved the computer out of schools and homes into playgrounds. A computer was connected to the Internet and embedded into a brick wall around an informal playground next to a residential slum. Slum...

E-Learning in the Developing World, Laptops or Mobiles? Sailing with the Tide

“Many teens and college-age students in the developed world are [2010] dispensing with computers entirely in favor of smartphones http://cacm.acm.org/news/95852-cellphone-serves-as-learning-platform-for-the-developing-world/fulltext…” There is an...