Digital learning is not only fun, it also increases learning success many times over. In addition to traditional teaching methods, the children and teachers can benefit from audiovisual learning aids. Our partner organization OLE-Nepal provides the server with the age-appropriate and curriculum-adapted learning content.
Bishu is a teacher in Dolpa and in the video you can learn directly from Bishu how the children benefit from digital learning.
Learning can be fun. Multimedia learning content consists of images, sound, animations and games. The children determine their own pace of teaching. The playful and audio-visual learning is fun and has an impact on learning success.
The learning content is based on the national curriculum and covers the core subjects Nepali, English, natural sciences and mathematics from grades 1-8.
Each activity also has an accompanying teacher note that explains how the activities can be integrated into the classroom.
A server is used in addition to the computers. An internet connection is not necessary.
We below the limitless and freely available power of the sun twice: We want to give people access to electricity and thus opportunities for development. At the same time, with solar energy, we are committed to a world in which human development and climate protection are in harmony.
Solar energy is the largest and most sustainable source of energy in Nepal. Thanks to the installation of solar systems, the children and young people can also study in the evenings and use the computers without interruption.
In rural areas in particular, many parents traditionally keep their daughters at home and marry them off early. The education of girls is a central key for the sustainable social, political and economic development of a country.
The money from the scholarship fund is used as needed and in the best interest and well-being of the child.