In many rural villages in developing countries, there is no internet, even in the main cities of the developing world, the internet is often slow or unreliable.
Thanks to the amazing generosity and efforts of not-for-profit educational software developers, our own computer donors and our volunteer workers, we are able to supply Teacher in a Box pre-loaded with a huge range of quality educational and training materials at minimal cost.
Teacher in a Box has a huge positive impact where there are limited teaching resources or teachers with limited training or education themselves.
Our servers support self-paced learning as well as classroom teaching.
It acts as both a browser and a server at the same time.
An access to the educational files has the look and feel of the internet but is delivered offline with a rapid response time.
By connecting the Teacher in a Box laptop with a projector and speakers, a teacher is able to provide a complete lesson to a classroom.
The mini router that comes with the Teacher in a Box kit means that it can also be accessed by any Wi-Fi enabled device for self-paced learning.
Importantly Teacher in a Box does not need the internet to access over 10.000 educational and vocational videos stored in the system. The system can also be accessed by any Wi-Fi-enabled device within range.
Papua New Guinea