How Technology In African Classrooms Can Boost Learning

At the start of each new year there's a global flurry of excitement and attention around education's new directions. Technology has become a key part of the discussion. Increased pressure on educators to improve student performance means that schools and universities are desperate for solutions. So they look to technology for change. However, the promise of technology in schools may fail to be realised until educators get a say in what, when and how they use it, writes The Conversation's Craig Blewett.

Students at a robotics camp (file photo).

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