Friday, April 27, 2018

Teacher in Ghana Teaches Computer Programs Without A Computer


Owura Kwadwo Hottish teaches Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in a rural farming community in Ghana, and he does it without a computer. Hottish improvised with a detailed chalkboard diagram that showed everything you’d need to know about the type of program.
His creative improvisation has drawn worldwide attention. Hottish was invited by Microsoft to attend their Education Exchange conference in Singapore, and the company has partnered with him to provide both devices and software for the students as well as professional development for its teachers. Normal Gadgets, a cell phone and computer repair shop in Bloomington, Illinois, refurbished and donated 20 laptops to Hottish.

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