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3. Questions, February 27  - March 11 2012


Week 2-3
Each class formulates a question related to the Learning Circle theme, according to the criteria for a quality sponsored question.




DG1, Agrani School and College, Bangladesh


"What is the role of your government to make the country digitalized and making a digital generation?" 





DG2, Oxford International School, Bangladesh



Question from DG2

Dear friends,

Our government has declared digital Bangladesh recently. They have taken a scheme named vision 2021. The view of this declaration is Bangladesh will be digitized by 2021.Now, since Bangladesh is a developing country; it is very difficult to provide ICT facilities to all schools and colleges, especially in rural areas. Now our question to you-

  1. Do all your schools in your country get same ICT facilities?
  2. Are all the classrooms provided with ICT materials such as Computer, Internet, Interactive board, Multimedia Projector etc.?
  3. How does the use of ICT kites make the students more attentive to their studies?


Thank you,

Friends from DG2

DG3, Lorentz Lyceum M3b, Netherlands



Question from DG3


Nowadays you can get everything on the internet. There is a lot of information available of every thinkable subject. Internet is frequently used to spread music. A lot of people download there music without paying the artist. Sites that offer illegal downloading are often sued and have to stop there activities. People often go to another site to continuing downloading the music that thy want.  


Our question:


What is your opinion about downloading on the internet?


We are very curious of your opion.



DG4, Corlaer College, Netherlands




Can you use the internet in a free way, or is a lot of the content blocked?

Are there any other restrictions when it comes to using the internet?

How does it work at your school; can you use the internet whenever you want or only on set times?  

DG5, Vellesan College, Netherlands



We are interested in the development considering media-awareness in your country.
1. What is the definition of media-awareness in your country?
2. How does your school/your government raise media-awareness amongst teenagers?
3. Why do you think it is important (or not) that people are 'media-aware'?



DG6, Montrose Primary School (Grade 6A), South Africa



What types / forms of stimuli are required to educate this digital generation?



DG7, Montrose Primary School (Grade 6A), South Africa



Digital Generations takes the development of a Country to the next level.  What types of new and exciting jobs do you think will be created for our current digital generation when they are adults?



DG8, St Andrews JHS, Ghana



Can you share your experiences on how technology is being used in teaching and learning in your school?






Digital generation creates digital = virtual society.


What do you think about social networks?


What are the most popular social networks among teenagers in your country?


How do the social networks influence our lives?


What are advantages and disadvantages of being involved?








There are so many questions we would like to ask but we focused on your parents' attitude towards digital devices.


What is your parents' attitude towards digital devices?

 Do they know how to use them? How do they use them and what for? Do they forbid you using them or do they encourage you ? How much time do they let you spend on the Internet? 







DG11, Kharkiv gymnasium №55, Ukraine



What do you think are the top two or three inventions in digital generation?

What makes an invention important?





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