“I was so excited to see computers in my school. When the training team showed up, I was a little nervous about how they would train since we had no electricity and not a single computer in my school. I was mesmerised to see a fully equipped car with all the equipment that a computer lab has. The children went wild; teachers could not hold their eagerness to touch a computer for the very first time.
At first it was just excitement but as time went on, we started observing several results such as improvement in the students’ confidence, active participation in class and improvement in our children’s reading and writing skills. Our students were very shy even to give answers in class. And now we see them very actively participating in class and co curricula activities. They freely share the information they get to fellow students, teachers and even their parents. I am so glad my school is part of this life changing program” Ms. Robbinah headteacher of Kibiribiri Primary School.
Kibiriribiri Primary School is one out of the 10 rural schools that the Mobile Solar Computer Classroom Project is empowering with relevant computer skills.
The Mobile Solar Computer Classroom Project brings excitement and relevant computer skills to these schools and the communities around. Students, and teachers slowly out grow their fear for technology and they start to explore, learn, create and collaborate.
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