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March 4, 2011 / educationkindling

OlpcMAP eKindling’s Trivia!

Thanks to Cherry Wither's for this picture!

Please post your answer to the comment area!

  1. What was the name of the grassroots org where eKindling started from?
  2. What do you call an eKindling volunteer who wants to make a big change in education in the Philippines?
  3. How many laptops went to the deployment?
  4. Which small island in the Philippines did it go to?
  5. Give the month/year for the first eKindling deployment?
  6. What group/community raised funds for the first XO Laptop deployment in the Philippines?
  7. Who from eKindling’s team recently spoke at the recent TEDxManila?
  8. Follow eKindling on Twitter!
  9. What is Halo Halo?
  10. In 1974, the island of Lubang received international attention. Why?
  11. List three TED talks (including their links) that we posted on our Facebook Page.
  12. As listed in our only slideshare document on the web, what are the 4 ways you can get involved in our cause?
  13. Is it true that a Filipino Inventor invented the Karaoke?
  14. What are the names of the two schools participating in our first OLPC pilot in the country?
  15. Who from eKindling’s team is also part of Squeakland.org?
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  1. Ray Morales / Mar 7 2011 5:16 am

    1. facebook
    2. champion educators
    3. 100 XO laptops
    4. Lubang Island
    5.November 24, 2010-XO laptops were deployed and December 6, 2010-formal launching
    6. former and current National Computer Center employees (NCC employees)
    7. Ms. Tessa Yuvienco
    8. community@ekindling.org
    9. Halo-halo is a mixture of sago, gulaman, saging, pinipig, leche flan, ube, crushed ice and evaporated milk.
    10. Because of Lt. Hiroo Onoda, the last Japanese struggler in Lubang who surrendered after 30 long years.
    11. a. TED-ED Brain Trust – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzQ-r5ifusc&feature=spotlight
    b. Ken Robinson: Changing education paradigms – http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_changing_education_paradigms.html
    c. Jane McGonigal: Gaming can make a better world – http://www.ted.com/talks/jane_mcgonigal_gaming_can_make_a_better_world.html
    12.Learn, share, donate, connect
    13.Yes
    14.Lubang Integrated School (Elem. Dept.) and Maligaya Elementary School
    15. Ms. Cherry Withers

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