Provide Technology for Haitian Students

 
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Provide Technology for Haitian Students

Provide Technology for Haitian Students
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The Future of Haiti Looks Bright!

The Future of Haiti Looks Bright!
Haiti’s future depends on their greatest natural resource, their children. This project will help Haitians help themselves. (view small | med | large | orig)

Our First Skype Session

Our First Skype Session
This was one of our first SKYPE conferences with the students of Palmyra Middle School. We saw great potential for computer collaboration from this initial experience. (view small | med | large | orig)

A Haiti to Palmyra Video Connection

A Haiti to Palmyra Video Connection
A Haitian student speaks to a Palmyra student through SKYPE and our wiki. (view small | med | large | orig)

Palmyra Students Connect With Their Peers In Haiti

Palmyra Students Connect With Their Peers In Haiti
Palmyra students use their easy access to computers and the Internet to enrich the educational experience of their Haitian Peers. (view small | med | large | orig)

Pop Up Books Bound For Haiti

Pop Up Books Bound For Haiti
In one of our many Humanitarian activities, Palmyra students create and send pop up books to their peers in Haiti. The Palmyra students translated the books in to French and Creole. Our wiki is multilingual as well. (view small | med | large | orig)

Pop Up Books Arrive In Haiti

Pop Up Books Arrive In Haiti
The pop up books created by the Palmyra students are a hit with the Haitian students. The wiki connection brings the worlds of the two groups of students together. (view small | med | large | orig)

A Science Lesson Enriched by the Wiki

A Science Lesson Enriched by the Wiki
The Palmyra students created a science lesson on electrical circuits on the wiki. They provided the science kits along with wiki embedded videos for the Haitian students to carry out the lesson in this science classroom. (view small | med | large | orig)

Palmyra Students Deliver Earthquake Relief

Palmyra Students Deliver Earthquake Relief
Palmyra students are shown holding food items collected in a relief drive and bound for their peers and countrymen in Haiti. St. Marc has taken in a large number of refugees from the earthquake in Port au Prince. Les Bons Samaritains School has taken in many students displaced by the earthquake. (view small | med | large | orig)

Checking Out Classmate PCs in Port au Prince

Checking Out Classmate PCs in Port au Prince
In April, we checked out Intel’s Classmate PCs that we hope to purchase for Les Bons Samaritains School. The Intel dealership was in the very center of the earthquake but amazingly, was not damaged. We intend to make our project purchases local to bolster the Haitian economy. (view small | med | large | orig)
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Project Leader

Jeffrey Remington

Teacher / Project Director
Palmyra, PA United States

Where is this project located?

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