A teacher from Ghana, who went viral after pictures of his chalkboard-computer alternative were shared on social media, has said he never meant to become an internet sensation.
Richard Appiah Akoto, from Kumasi, told the BBC was simply trying to prepare his students for the real world.
Find out more - and see how he transforms his blackboard into the computer program Microsoft Word - by watching the video.
Producer: Sulley Lansah.
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It doesn't work,
"This is the computer keyboard, it's used to enter data into the computer."
I doubt the students even know what is "data."
It seems like the first course, but if he's been giving courses, why repeat the first course?
If he's dedicated, why doesn't he bring his own computer into the classroom?
Is teaching the features of the Microsoft Word program really teaching "computing"? I would say that the subject of computing covers deeper topics, like coding or hardware/software development. Microsoft Word is simply a single form of word processing software, which is a pretty specific and limited topic to teach about.
learning computers without computers its like trying to eat invisible food you can try and catch something but more than likely you will have no results but what can you do the African president or prime minister or kind of that country propbaly feels great living like the average western man while his country lived in poverty