With the gap existing between the North and the South, Project Based Learning is highly requested in African countries in so far as change is concern.
As more and more computers fill African schools, a debate has centred around the role technology should play in development. On the one hand, proponents argue information and communication technologies are necessary to help bring Africa into the 21st century and out of poverty.
PBL can be grown fast in Senegal and the whole Africa since it is a fertilized ground with no required materiels for schools.Meaning that students are eager to learn if they are well trained.With the facilitation of teachers and their administration, projects dealing with problems of development in their countries can be conceived in such a way that students will be actors of development by encouraging populations to be part of this increasingly competitive world. Information and communication technologies facilitated the possibilities of innovation in education.
We will assist to the enhancement of their capacity to do research, excel in their studiesand better prepare their future.
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