OLPC: presentation


         Bastien Guerry
    bastien@groupe-compas.net

Mai, 27th 2008 @ the Knowledge Lab.
One Laptop Per Child

      Believe.
     Experiment.
     Propagate.
OLPC: presentation
One Laptop Per Child

1985: Media Lab
1995: Being Digital by N. Negroponte
1998: Lego Mindstorms
2002: Pilots in Cambodia ...
One Laptop Per Child

Child ownership
Low ages
Connection
Saturation
Free and open source
One Laptop Per Child


A culture, a machine, several communities.
One Laptop Per Child


Moving the focus: from the artefact to the
         learning environment.
One Laptop Per Child
The pedagogical gap: from the learning
    theories to the art of educating

 Piaget : constructivism...
One Laptop Per Child


The evaluation gap: is OLPC a pilot?
OLPC for cognitivists?


Moving the focus: from brain to society (and
        the educational institution)
OLPC for cognitivists?


   Filling the pedagogical gap?
OLPC for cognitivists?


 Tackling misconceptions and wrong
   expectations about evaluation?
OLPC for cognitivists?


    Inspire, support, learn.
OLPC for cognitivists?


    Studying OLPC, with OLPC
OLPC in Erewhon

« The best way to predict the future is to
              invent it. »

                         Alan Kay
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OLPC - Presentation

  1. 1. OLPC: presentation Bastien Guerry bastien@groupe-compas.net Mai, 27th 2008 @ the Knowledge Lab.
  2. 2. One Laptop Per Child Believe. Experiment. Propagate.
  3. 3. OLPC: presentation
  4. 4. One Laptop Per Child 1985: Media Lab 1995: Being Digital by N. Negroponte 1998: Lego Mindstorms 2002: Pilots in Cambodia and Maine 2005: Working prototype 2007: XO is for real
  5. 5. One Laptop Per Child Child ownership Low ages Connection Saturation Free and open source
  6. 6. One Laptop Per Child A culture, a machine, several communities.
  7. 7. One Laptop Per Child Moving the focus: from the artefact to the learning environment.
  8. 8. One Laptop Per Child The pedagogical gap: from the learning theories to the art of educating Piaget : constructivism Vygotski: socio-constructivism Papert: constructionism ... how to bring this into the classroom?
  9. 9. One Laptop Per Child The evaluation gap: is OLPC a pilot?
  10. 10. OLPC for cognitivists? Moving the focus: from brain to society (and the educational institution)
  11. 11. OLPC for cognitivists? Filling the pedagogical gap?
  12. 12. OLPC for cognitivists? Tackling misconceptions and wrong expectations about evaluation?
  13. 13. OLPC for cognitivists? Inspire, support, learn.
  14. 14. OLPC for cognitivists? Studying OLPC, with OLPC
  15. 15. OLPC in Erewhon « The best way to predict the future is to invent it. » Alan Kay

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