One to one computing
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One to One Computing in education refers to a computer for every student which is an initiative created by many companies such as Microsoft, Apple, Dell, HP, and Intel. One-to-one computing means that every student or teacher is given a computer, the internet and software anytime and anywhere. The term computer is used to mean a personal computer, laptop, netbook, handheld, or tablet.
One Laptop Per Child has been implementing this approach since 2007.
Since the late 90's in Australia several program around the world have been implemented to endow teachers and student generally in the first part of secondaries schools.
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