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I'm looking to teach basic Arduino stuff to middle/high school students outside of the United States, preferably in countries that need a little greater assistance in teaching such a topic. Does anyone have any pointers? Thanks!
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Hi,

There are some efforts I've heard of in Cambodia and VietNam.. these are aimed at local-language young people.  This needs a local-language mentor who is willing to do translation. Older students in countries like China may be OK in English.  It is accepted that much/most technical chip information etc. is in English.

Some people are using information from the ArduinoInfo.Info WIKI with young people.  Examples:
http://arduino-info.wikispaces.com/Arduino-What-IS-it
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http://arduino-info.wikispaces.com/YourDuinoStarter

Let me know if I can help somehow...
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