Hinche Haiti Partners for Education

Category: OLPC


Anatomy of a Haiti Mission Trip

Update from Youth Haiti Mission Team member Rodger Langland:   Father Noe did most of the service this morning and then headed to two other parishes to do services there. Back about 16:00. He says his combined parishes have about 2500…

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I Heard That!

Posted on January 22, 2014 by Gregory Singfield 1/12/14 This morning I had the opportunity to interview Bernard Celestin, the electrician. On audio tape, he explained the electrical situation and his plan to remedy the problems; one of which was the fact that…

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New Experiences

                 

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Primary students with OLPC laptops

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Dimanche 1/5/14

Posted on January 10, 2014 by Haley Berl Today was Epiphany Sunday, and we woke up around 7 am to get ready. Mass began at 8, and Pere Noe instructed us to sit interspersed among the parishoners. I sat next to a girl…

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Four a.m. Really!?!…. Yep….

From Gregory, 1-6-14 Yesterday evening, it was announced that we would need to wake up at 4 a.m. to prepare to leave the Parish early enough to take the two hour ride out in the mountains for a church service….

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The Teachers’ Teachers

Before leaving for Haiti, I met Jim Hamilton at Carmel River School for his demonstration in the third grade classroom of the OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) laptops. He wanted to inspire the students to make positive things happen in…

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One Laptop Per Child

So, Wednesday we got to try the laptops (One Laptop Per Child Program) out with the kids. They absolutely loved it, and it was really fun, too. It was a little frustrating, though, as we couldn’t understand what the kids…

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EFL Haiti!

This is Lisa Donohoe Luscombe, one of the blog contributors traveling to Hinche, Haiti. Today I am packing for our trip to St Andre’s. My role will be to do an extensive English language teaching and learning assessment. I’m packing…

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