ICT in Education

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Computers in education

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25 per cent of primary students aged 6-13 in Costa Rica are benefiting from a computer education programme, developed by the Massachussets Institute of Technology. Aimed at developing creativity, logical thinking and a new attitude towards science and technology, the programme concentrates on basic education.

Place/Country: Costa Rica
Type: Documentary
Production: Omar Dengo Foundation, producer.
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