Resourceful Literacy Learning Cards

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This project was developed during a course called: Designing Social Change. Through discussions, collaborations, research and prototyping of ideas, students were challenged to consider design as it relates to social, cultural, environmental and economic systems. The objective was to develop a project idea that could be presented to a potential client or community leader for implementation. This group worked with a non-profit organization that is building schools in Rwanda and submitted their final project idea to the OpenIDEO challenge.
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February 5, 2011
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Resourceful Literacy Learning Cards by Diana Griffin and James Carroll

How might we increase the availability of affordable learning tools and services for students in the developing world?


Resourceful Literacy Learning (RLL) Cards enable teachers in low-income, low-resource schools to teach literacy skills through active learning games. Each card in this set explains one literacy learning game, with simple instructions on the back and details of its use and learning outcomes shown with icons on the front.