UNESCO/UN Women Mobile Learning Week 2015, Paris

During the peak period of the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone, Project facilitator of Science Resources Africa, Ms Isata Sesay demonstrated Raspberry Pi-based activities as part of one-to-one tuition for secondary-school-age girls. The outcome of this was presented at the UNESCO/UN Women Mobile Learning Week in Paris, 2015.

http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco/themes/icts/m4ed/mobile-learning-week/symposium/using-mobile-technology-to-engage-african-women-in-science-and-mathematics-education-outcomes-of-a-trial-with-raspberry-pi/

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