Numerous changes in education are sweeping through Africa and other parts of the world. The world is increasingly becoming digital in almost all aspects including, education, governance, trade among others. There has been increased calls to adopt technology in learning and teaching. This has prompted us to champion for it's adoption in schools. This photo blog highlights one of our projects in Oreekeswa Secondary School, Tanzania where we are promoting the integration of technology in learning.

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A form four student at Orkeeswa Secondary School, Tanzania using Tablab tablets to study. The tablet has a set of educational materials from a wide array of subjects that are taught in school.

Orkeeswa school teachers at the emerging stage in ICT integration. This stage is linked to discovering ICT tools, and acquiring basic ICT literacy skills.

Orkeeswa school teachers at the emerging stage in ICT integration. This stage is linked to discovering ICT tools, and acquiring basic ICT literacy skills.

Orkeeswa school teachers at the emerging stage in ICT integration. This stage is linked to discovering ICT tools, and acquiring basic ICT literacy skills

Orkeeswa school teachers at the emerging stage in ICT integration. This stage is linked to discovering ICT tools, and acquiring basic ICT literacy skills

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Libraries offer students a wide range of learning materials. Many schools are poorly equipped with books and therefore students do not have adequate materials or revision and self learning. These tablets give students an opportunity to access reading materials in PDF form, education mobile applications, videos, puzzles and quizzes which can be used for teaching and learning.

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Students from Orkeeswa Secondary, Tanzania watching keenly educational videos during a classroom session.

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A form four student at Orkeeswa Secondary School in Tanzania studying using educational content from Tablab.

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A student watching educational videos using tab lets. #edutech

 

 

 

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