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Supporting new laptop program schools in Jajarkot

December 2019 | Jajarkot Resident support 12 program schools in Jajarkot OLE Nepal’s team of two “Teaching with Technology” Residents completed deployment of laptops and installation of intranet at six schools in Kuse Rural Municipality in Jajarkot. Our initial plan to deploy the laptop and equipment back in September had to be
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Revisiting Schools in Baitadi

December 2019 | Baitadi Monitoring and Technical Support to 15 schools Our field staff conducted monitoring and technical support visit to 15 schools in Baitadi from November 26 to December 16, 2019. Meetings were held at each of the 15 schools to understand the status of the laptop program - the integration
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Refresher Teacher Training in Darchula

December 2019 | Darchula Refresher training for the teachers of 15 program schools in Darchula was conducted on December 1-4, 2019 at Marma for 8 schools (Marma cluster), and on December 6-9, 2019 at Khalanga for 7 schools (Mallikarjun-Naugad-Sailey and Duhu cluster). Our team facilitated the training for 63 teachers of
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Revisiting laptop program schools

1. Refresher Training at Shree Kalika Basic School, Dhading October 2019 | Dhunabesi Municipality OLE Nepal in partnership with the International Center for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) successfully launched E-Learning Program at Shree Kalika Basic School in Dhunibesi Municipality-4, Dhading on January 2019. OLE Nepal deployed 25 fully loaded laptops and conducted
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Revisiting Raspberry Pi computer program schools

In-school training at program schools in Sindhuli and Sindhupalchowk OLE Nepal’s team of trainers completed in-school training program on technology integrated teaching-learning methodology for teachers from Shree Secondary School in Bajhe, Sindhuli, and Shree Kalikasharan Basic School in Sindhupalchowk. The teacher training program in Sindhuli was held on November 5-8, 2019,
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Robotics Programming for middle school students in Lalitpur

December 2019 | Lalitpur On December 3, 3019, the second “Mentor training Program to Foster Logical and Creative Thinking Using ICT for Basic  Education” was jointly organised by KDDI Foundation, OLE Nepal, Miyagi University of Education, Lalitpur Metropolitan City  and CityNet Yokohama Project Office. Teachers from seven Raspberry Pi program schools
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Positive results in laptop program schools in Darchula

November 2019 | Darchula Background: OLE Nepal’s laptop program was introduced in fifteen schools in Darchula in August 2018, with the deployment of laptops after the completion of seven day initial teacher training program for 59 teachers in August 12-18, 2018. Our field team also traveled to all schools to install digital
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OLE Nepal participates at MIT J-WEL week

October 2019 | Boston Software programmers from OLE Nepal attended MIT J-WEL Week on October 28-31, 2019 in Boston, where J-WEL collaborators from 33 countries convened for seminars, presentations, research briefs, hands-on exercises, panel discussions, and workshops. Throughout the program, in collaboration with MIT faculty and staff, members were exposed to
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New Raspberry Pi computer program schools in Lalitpur

October 2019 | Lalitpur OLE Nepal’s technology integrated teaching-learning program using Raspberry Pi (RPi) computers has been launched in three new schools in Lalitpur. The program has introduced E-Paath (interactive digital learning materials) and E-Pustakalaya (digital library) to the students and teachers of Prabhat Secondary School in Tyagal, Shramik Bal Bigyan
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National Workshop for ICT in Education Master Plan Development

September 2019 | Lalitpur: OLE Nepal’s Sr. Manager, Mr. Tikaraj Karki, and Sr. Officer for M&E and Training, Ms. Kalpana Rimal, participated in the “National Workshop for ICT in Education Master Plan Development”, jointly organized by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST), and UNESCO Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education
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