Date and Time : 7 March at 17:15–19:0
Venue :SOAS, University of London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, WC1H 0XG London, United K
This was an informal session with brief presentations about using Raspberry Pi computers and other technology (information here http://hiaragirlpower.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/raspberry-pi-in-masekelo.html) from One Billion (https://onebillion.org/) Fuse School (free Science and other content) http://www.fuseschool.org/), AIMS (Maths camps and teacher training http://www.supportingami.org/) and PiXL (http://www.pixl.org.uk/international) plus a chance to meet and learn from people involved in education projects in Tanzania.
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Date : 20 October 2014
Elaine Ulterhalter, Professor of Education and International Development at the Institute of Education in London, put the expansion in Tanzania into an international context and looked at the issues of quality.
Felistas Kalomo, spoke about the Changarawe Project, near Morogoro, of which he is Director. It has been supporting the education of orphaned and destitute children for more than 15 years.
Anne Samson, advisor to VEPK, Village Education Project Kilimanjaro, spoke about programmes to improve primary and pre-primary education through training and improved materials.
A report of this seminar can be found on page 14 of the BTS Newsletter January 2015.