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What is the One Tablet Per Child Scheme?

The ‘One Tablet Per Child’ (OTPC) scheme has been established to ensure that all children, whoever they are, wherever they come from, will be given a fair and equal opportunity to be closer to technology.

Every boy and girl in the 4th year of primary school, across all schools in Malta, will be given a LearnPad Workbook 10.1″ tablet as a learning tool that could help achieve a number of educational objectives.

Malta One Tablet Per Child Workbook
Malta OTPC Teacher Resources

Teacher Support & Resources

A wealth of resources are available on the LearnPad to create a collaborative, connected and engaging learning environment, enhance and simplify classroom technology and give teachers control and supervision of the devices.

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Malta OTPC Student Learning Support

Student Learning Area

Here you’ll find everything you need to help you find out more about your LearnPad Workbook 10.1″ educational tablet, including videos, hints and tips to support you in your learning – both in the classroom and at home.

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Malta OTPC Parental Involvement

Parental Help & Engagement

It’s important for parents to have a view of their child’s education both at school and extended learning at home. The Parent Information page supports this process and contains useful information about your child’s educational tablet.

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Operational Programme II – European Structural and Investment Funds 2014-2020
“Investing in human capital to create more opportunities
and promote the well-being of society”
Project part-financed by the European Union European Social Fund (ESF)
Co-financing rate: 80% EU Funds; 20% National Funds

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