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Ensuring the Principles are understood by all stakeholders

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Workbook, Chapter 2, OLPC Principles, pages 7-11

Who need to be aware

  • Ministry
  • Teachers
  • Stakeholders
  • Community
  • Kaupule (Island/local council)
  • School students/classes
  • Parents

How will we raise awareness

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  1. Briefing in Funafuti for government, education and NGO stakeholders
    • education and ICT officers
    • other departments, including Energy, Communication, Health
    • NGOs
    • Funafuti Schools staff
    • Cabinet paper
  2. Pre-trials briefing in Tolise / trials sites for teachers
    • Using resource CD with Powerpoint slideshows, documents, Sugar-on-a-stick
    • Can use the local Internet cafe and join teachers to the online/email forums same time
    • Leo and Fata can lead this activity
    • Include small number of key Kaupule and Community representatives
    • Start to form local/Island OLPC steering committee
    • Brief students through class exercise
    • School Board - essential that they endorse the OLPC principles as official school policy
  3. Further briefing during deployment
    • Teachers
    • Community
    • Parents
    • Briefing by participating deployment team, education officers and any overseas facilitators
    • During deployment, awareness briefings for parents in groups of 15-20, which can be combined with laptop awareness (basic laptop training)
  4. Use the media to raise awareness (radio)