News Article

Anytime, Anywhere Learning about Russian 1:1 Programs

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

The February issue of the newsletter of the Anytime Anywhere Learning Foundation (AALF) features an article on the second of three Intel-funded research reports on one-to-one laptop programs around the world.

Authors Elizabeth Pierson and Dr. Daniel Light found that Russian teachers’ access to a suite of technology tools (including laptops, interactive whiteboards, Internet, and classroom-management software) is fundamentally changing the learning environment for both students and their teachers. The AALF newsletter article is here. The full report, along with more information about the project, is available here.