Uruguay Sukses Implementasi Program “One Laptop Per Child” (OLPC)

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Dari BBC :
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/8309583.stm

Hebat ! Uruguay telah sukses mengimplementasi OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) programme. Laptopnya menggunakan Linux, tentu saja 🙂

Dikutip :

“The Uruguay programme has cost the state $260 (£159) per child, including maintenance costs, equipment repairs, training for the teachers and internet connection.

The total figure represents less than 5% of the country’s education budget.

Around 70% of the XO model laptops handed out by the government were given to children who did not have computers at home.”This is not simply the handing out of laptops or an education programme. It is a programme which seeks to reduce the gap between the digital world and the world of knowledge,” explained Miguel Brechner, director of the Technological Laboratory of Uruguay and in charge of Plan Ceibal.”

“Its a culture shock scenario – many countries are simply too scared to put it into practice Miguell Brechner, head of Plan Ceibal”

“Now that all the schoolchildren have their computers, the authorities say that they will endeavour keep the schools connected, particularly those in rural areas, where many still do not have internet access.”

Mudah-mudahan bisa ditiru oleh Indonesia. Misalnya; dimulai dari program PROTON (Program Realisasi One Teacher One Netbook) dulu.
Lalu kemudian baru dilanjutkan dengan implementasi yang lebih luas lagi.

Semoga bisa menjadi kenyataan. Mari bersama-sama kita usahakan 🙂

406 thoughts on “Uruguay Sukses Implementasi Program “One Laptop Per Child” (OLPC)

  1. Congratulations for Uruguay. It can be a good example for another country, including Indonesia. We have to do it as soon as possible.

  2. Keren banget nih uruguay aja bisa, apalagi (seharusnya) Indonesia. Jika dilihat, APBN masih aja selalu ada sisa, walau orang-orang banyak yang bilang pemerintah kita boros. Nah bisa tuh sisa nya dibelikan laptop murah untuk anak2 atau guru.

  3. Malu kita sama Uruguay. Padahal di Indonesia banyak produsen yang sering jor-joran iklan. Kan mendingan belanja iklannya dipake buat beliin guru-guru Netbook yah

  4. Kabarnya ada sisi negatif dari kebijakan OLPC ini karena menurut berita ada siswa yang menaruh content pornografi di latopnya….ya namanya kebijakan pasti ada baik dan buruknya….

  5. I didn’t know that paraguay has this kind of educational programme. i think this will be most helpful to children who have a very limited access to the outside world. when used properly, laptops can be very effective learning tools. i just hope that the rural areas receive their fair share of laptops and are also connected to the internet. Other countries can follow this example as well. Good luck to Indonesia!

    thanks for this very informative post.

  6. In my point of view, this programme proves to be a constructive one. Education should be unbiased as every child has the right to it. This should open horizons in other countries as they too must realize the necessity as well as urgency of being educated in today’s age. The only question in mind is – ‘Will every person avail of such an amenity irrespective of their location in urban or rural areas?’ But to sum it up, kudos to Uruguay!

  7. This is a good move by Uruguay. as somebody else said this could pave way for other countries to do the same which i think it the best thing for every country.

  8. In my point of view, this programme proves to be a constructive one. Education should be unbiased as every child has the right to it. This should open horizons in other countries as they too must realize the necessity as well as urgency of being educated in today’s age. The only question in mind is – ‘Will every person avail of such an amenity irrespective of their location in urban or rural areas?’ But to sum it up, kudos to Uruguay!

    I agree with you. good perspective

  9. What great progress! I’m sure that with time technology will be more of an accepted thing overseas in countries such as this. It’s important for children to be able to have access to modern technology in a world that is rapidly changing with it’s new technology.

  10. Masalah listrik aja belum terurus dengan baik. Kalau ada program begini apa ga lebih sering byar pet? 🙂

  11. indonesia semoga aja deh dapat menerapkan kapan2, soalnya keadaan kita beginilah… “itulah indonesia…”

  12. wow.. 1 laptop per anak.. hebat nih uruguay… di negara kita tercinta ini kapan ya bisa kayak gitu? kan asyik tuh anak2 kita bisa mengenal lebih awal tentang teknologi, informasi, IT dan sebagainya… apalagi belajarnya sambil makan puding kan asik tuh 😀

  13. i was also get laptop from this site reports here u can go and sign up after signup they wil ask from u ur father mobile number or mother number and after rigster they will call ur parents and then u will alllow to get laptop within 20 days at home includeed shipping only for 100$

  14. Malu kita sama Uruguay. Padahal di Indonesia banyak produsen yang sering jor-joran iklan. Kan mendingan belanja iklannya dipake buat beliin guru-guru Netbook yah

  15. program yang hebat… pasti bisa maju teknologinya kalau masing-masing anak udah punya laptop… pola pikir tentang IPTEk akan cepat berkembang sejak dini 😀 salam kenal

  16. That’s brilliant, will teach kids at an early age how to use computers and will hopefully make them smarter for the future!

  17. Kalo nunggu kayak uruguay, sangat mungkin sekali anak saya gak bakal dapet laptop..
    jadi dan lebih baik beli sendiri…yang bekas juga gak apa2

  18. Uruguay Sukses Implementasi Program is a great work for children, I appreciate you and to your think, now every child pray for you………Thanks for this post………!

  19. wah contoh yang bagus untuk ditiru lebih bagus lagi kalo netbook nya sudah dilengkapi sistem parental blocking jd bisa menekan angka negatif dampak dari internet yg mudah di akses sekarang ini 🙂

  20. ya ampun uruaguay…gila banget tuh….tapi itu ide yang sangat bagus…
    ak aja minta laptop sama babe kagak dikasi kasi mpe skrg pdhal sbntar lagi bkl kuliah..
    gila aja hari gini gda laptop….

  21. Kabarnya ada sisi negatif dari kebijakan OLPC ini karena menurut berita ada siswa yang menaruh content pornografi di latopnya….ya namanya kebijakan pasti ada baik dan buruknya

  22. This Uruguay Programme is really helpful to the children who has no computer in home. Especially to the rural areas they could access an internet even in their place. In this way children can research new information, and be updated about what is new around the globe.

  23. This is a very good news and will be very helpful to the children especially those who cant afford to buy their own computer. Congratulations to Uruguay Government for providing this programme to the children..

  24. Nice article…

    It’s very good step for the children of Uruguay, and it only proves they could compete to the fast growing changes in the society and in field of education…

    Keep it up…

  25. Wow Uruguay sudah sedemikian maju ternyata ya.

    Sepakat deh sama bang Harry wujudkan aja dulu program PROTON.

    Indonesia jangan sampe ketinggalan, ga boleh kalah sama tetangga sebelah.

  26. That’s a very nice post… It is the best step that Uruguay government releases… Congratulations… For the children it is your chance, make use of the resources to succeed in the future for your selves and to your society… More Power…!!

  27. wah keren ya pemerintah uruguay ngasih satu anak satu laptop…… kapan ya di indonesia ada yang beginian…… ayo pak presiden jangan malah ngurusin masalah infotaiment mulu

  28. Indonesia mungkin kalau udah lewat tahun monyet. Soalnya One Laptop for One anggota DPR aja anggarannya udah milyaran. Gimana lagi klo one laptop for one anak indonesia, markupnya bisa sampai trilliunan tuhhh… Makanya kudu doa aja deh pak, kudu doa biar negara kita ini bebas tikus-tikus koruptor hehehhehehe

  29. informasi yang menarik dan perlu dicontoh oleh bangsa indonesia ya dimulai di tingkat pendidikan dasar

  30. kalo di indonesia sih…one school one notebook
    moga aja pemerintah kita bisa memajukan dunia pendidikan dengan cara itu

  31. What a great idea. I wish more countries would think about introducing a program like this. I know Colombia and many other poor countries could benefit greatly by educating their children on computers and the digital world.

  32. Setuju banget pak harry…Kalo bangsa ini pengen maju memang harus \melek teknologi\..Denga memiliki laptop setidaknya peluang ke arah situ bisa lebih besar…Tapi sy kira masih jauh banget kalo berfikir ke arah situ..ha wong..tunjangan guru aja banyak yang susah keluarnya..(terutama di desa)..:)

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  34. Seems like an excellent education program. It would really be rewarding on an intercultural level as well. Well done Uruguay!(^^) I wonder if my country can do the same thing…but probably not…sigh…

  35. malu deh indonesia sama uruguay, pdhl pendapatan perkapita jauh dibawah indonesia, bahkan untuk ibukota masih lebih tinggi jakarta.
    tapi kenapa ya?
    klo indonesia juga ga kalah, buktinya udah sukses dengan program satu laptop canggih untuk satu org anggota DPR 😀

  36. One laptop per child probably isn’t a bad thing, you see so many people over in the western world with a ridiculous amount it’s just wasteful.

  37. Loh, kan harga sebuah netbook di Indonesia sudah banyak yang dibawah Rp. 2.5juta, Jika pemerintah sini pesan ribuan pcs ke pabriknya langsung di Taiwan sana, mungkin harganya bisa ditekan sampai Rp.1.5jt/pc. Mudah-mudahan..

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  39. Keren banget nih uruguay aja bisa, apalagi (seharusnya) Indonesia. Jika dilihat, APBN masih aja selalu ada sisa, walau orang-orang banyak yang bilang pemerintah kita boros.

  40. What a fantastic scheme! Universities have only just started this in the uk, hopefully schools will follow their example.

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  42. Its a good news for other countries like Indonesia.Because Uruguay have set such a marvelous example for them.I think this educational system will be a key benefit for those children having no access to the outer world.Many many thanks to you for sharing such an informative article.
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  43. kapan ya indonesia bisa seperti uruguay… semoga saja selamabat-lambatnya tahun 2015 indonesia sudah bisa mengejar ketertinggalan 😀

  44. I like your post it is really very informative post. This Uruguay Programmer is really helpful to the children who has no computer in home. Especially to the rural areas they could access an internet even in their place. In this way children can research new information, and be updated about what is new around the globe.Thanks for sharing.

  45. kalok dibandingin dengan INDONESIA sebenernya uruguay sih kalah jauh???
    tapi karena pemerintahannya yang kurang perduli pada orang2 yang berbakat, jadinya yah sperti ini deh???
    tank’s info’x pak… nice article

  46. Hebat ya!! seharusnya Indonesia juga bisa karena Uruguay juga adalah negara berkembang dan pendapatan perkapitanya tidak jauh beda dengan kita cuma saja jumlah penduduknya lebih sedikit

  47. Keknya masih terlalu jauh mimpinya kalo mau ky gitu, yang putus sekolah aja masih banyak, fasilitas pendidikan masih seadanya.. masih terlalu banyak yang harus dibenahi ..sungguh terlalu…

  48. smoga bisa ya, saya baru tau kalo indonesia punya program yang mirip namanya PROTON. makasi infonya mas

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  50. Here in Brazil the government has done a lot of advertising the program and came to announce that all Brazilian students have a computer, but I think now he is more concerned with the huge oil reserves that were found here.
    I can not believe this would work in Brazil. We have no education for it, but the idea is good.
    Congratulations to Uruguay.

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  55. indonesia mana mungkin bisa kayak begitu soalnya dana apbn apbd biasanya bukan untuk masyarakat langsung. buktinya masih banyak yang miskin. daripada buat kasih laptop gratis mending buat makan jutaan orang yang laper.

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  58. wonderful program.. that would certainly help a lot of uneducated children especially in rural areas. I hope those laptop will be used properly to help their studies and connect them to the outside world to let them experience a different cultures through the internet.

  59. klo gk salah OLPC itu program dari MIT, semoga apa yang sudah tercapai di Uruguay bisa diimplementasikan di Indonesia, sehingga akan banyak warga indonesia yang melek IT, semoga saja 😀

  60. I think its a very good decision taken by the Uruguay government. I wish my government also took this action to enhance IT revolution in my country.

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  61. kalau ada niat yg tulus, bisa kayaknya diwujudkan di indonesia. tapi….belum keliatannya….korupsi masih merajalela dimana2…

  62. well i agree it is a good idea to try to get the country connected and up to date in the tech world but its going to take years before the country will adapt to them.

  63. terus maju dan berkembang program yang baik dan sangat mendidik kapan indonesia bisa kalau tidak dari sekarang?go indonesiaku.

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  66. Thanks for the information.With the advance of technology everything is now in computer and internet.You can easily learn anything from internet.So the Uruguay’s government is doing the right thing.

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