While you can tell there was fast typing involved, it's more a general outline than a word-for-word transcript, its interesting to note that Negroponte starts off talking about education and the kids but then focuses on the technology. He's quoted as saying:
He is describing to us the three basic principlesBut then he veers off and talks so much about the technology that BBRacy records it all as:
- Use technology to learn learning not to learn something
- teaching is one but not the only way to achieve learning
- Leverage children themselves
A lot about laptopsHmm so where is the part about in-country implementation, you know, distribution, teacher training, tech support ecosystems, all that nitty-gritty? Nope, not a word.