Children and the Internet: experiments with minimally invasive education in India

@article{Mitra2001ChildrenAT,
  title={Children and the Internet: experiments with minimally invasive education in India},
  author={Sugata Mitra and Vivek Rana},
  journal={BJET},
  year={2001},
  volume={32},
  pages={221-232}
}
Urban children all over the world seem to acquire computing skills without adult intervention. Indeed this form of self-instruction has produced hackers – children who can penetrate high tech security systems. Is this kind of learning dependent only on the availability of technology? We provided slum children in New Delhi with Internet access in their settlement. The paper describes the results obtained in the first month of unsupervised and unguided access. It is observed that children seem to… CONTINUE READING
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