Laptops in Saskatchewan go home!

In Canada, the national OLPC project continues to expand into the homes of students and teachers; this week including Saskatchewan.

It is a pleasure to spend the week with Kakisiwew School of Ochapowace First Nation – home of OLPC Canada Technical Coordinator, Justin Bear. Justin founded and runs the community cyber cafe/youth zone, provides tech support to the elementary school, teaches classes with the XO and is the central contact for technically based OLPC Canada inquiries from our sites across the nation.

More details about the students and their work with the dance activity Swift Feet on the Canada blog.

1 thought on “Laptops in Saskatchewan go home!

  1. we have a 7 year old girl , she is mete , she likes to learn , there is not much for her to do in our small village of pelly but we try to do things with her , it would be very helpful to her if she had a laptop to learn more , ty

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