Revision as of 20:39, 19 March 2010 by FGrose
This is a page for anecdotal reports about experiences with laptop deployments. See also OLPC research for formal research.
- Technology in the Schools: It Does Make a Difference!, by Glori Chaika, Education World, 08/02/1999
- The 411 on One-to-One Computing, by Lorrie Jackson, Education World, April 2004.
- One-To-One Computing: Lessons Learned and Pitfalls to Avoid, by Lorrie Jackson, Education World, April 2004.
- Author Says Technology Brings False Promises to Schools, e-interview with Todd Oppenheimer, by Ellen R. Delisio, Education World, 3/18/2004
- Ten Pillars Of Successful Technology Implementation, by Bernard J. Poole, Education World, 04/07/2004 (updated 04/10/2008). Excerpted from chapter 14 of Education for an Information Age: Teaching in the Computerized Classroom, by Bernard J. Poole with Lorrie Jackson. The entire book is available free at http://www.pitt.edu/~edindex/InfoAge4index.html.
- Learning With Laptops: An Urban School Shows Gains, by Ellen R. Delisio, Education World, 05/27/2004; updated 11/02/2005
- One-to-One Computing: Is Your School Ready?, by Elizabeth Sky-McIlvain, Education World, 10/27/2004
- Astounded in Arahuay, Ivan Krstić's blog from Peru. Unexpected dividends.
- The Laptops are Coming! The Laptops are Coming!, by Sarah Heller McFarlane, Summer, 2008. Difficulties with a laptop program.
- Assessing Classroom Technology Integration, 04/25/2008
- Wally Fuller, technology teacher, Upper Lake Middle School, Upper Lake, California
- Cossondra George, middle-level math and social studies instructor, Newberry Middle School, Newberry, Michigan
- Linda George, technology integration specialist, Dondero School, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
- Patrick J Greene, PhD, Florida Gulf Coast University, Educational Technology Department
- Fred Holmes, high school LanManager/Webmaster, Osceola Public Schools, Osceola, Nebraska
- Mary Kreul, 4th grade teacher, Richards Elementary School, Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin
- Bernard John Poole, Associate Professor of Education and Instructional Technology, University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown (Pennsylvania)
- Vicky Romano, Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois
- Julia Timmons, instructional technology specialist, Lynchburg City Schools, Lynchburg, Virginia
- Jennifer Wagner, technology educator and integration specialist, Technospud
- Formative Evaluation of OLPC Project Nepal: A Summary September 28th, 2008 By:Rabi Karmacharya
- Interviews with Teachers about OLPC Benefits on what are we doing today, brain? blog
See also pages tagged with Category:Field_Reports