My critique would be that while the article notes the failure of a 'drop and run' OLPC hardware strategy, but it doesn't point to any evidence that FLIPPING has been proven to actually work (just reread it to be sure).
It states that LOGICALLY flipping makes more sense, but doesn't back it up with any research.
That seems kind of foolish to me.
I don't disagree with the premise (drop and run isn't enough) but I'm not sure I agree with the conclusion, flip bc its fashionable
ICT => Information and communication technologies
need more than laptop drop + dash to have impact:
-- needs more on what it takes to get teachers comfortable with "flipping" the classroom ...