Thailand teacher praises Microsoft programme

05/27/2009 | NYTimes.com

A Thailand teacher says Microsoft's MultiPoint software programme, used in 10 schools nationwide, engages students more in maths lessons by allowing all students to answer a question at the same time. Some say MultiPoint and other software are a way to bring technology to developing countries, but others worry about the potential Westernisation of students or that companies are trying to increase their markets.

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