TQA focuses on interactive, collaborative learning. You will be encouraged to work in an international team, particularly with learners from different parts of Africa in developing websites. TQA will also encourage teachers to act as coaches and in this way, it links learners and teachers from all over Africa in an Internet adventure.
Take advantage of the Internet as a source of information and a powerful collaborative tool, to learn, compete, make new friends and win attractive awards.
Your work will be published on the TQA web site and learners from all over the world will use it as an educational reference.
TQA is about hard work, team work, scheduling, learning, and most of all it is great fun.
- Online Applications - Applications for the TQA 2003 Internet Challenge may be submitted via the TQA Web: ThinkQuest Africa
- Judging - Judging process of the entries begins immediately after the entry deadline. Results will be announced mid December 2003.
For more information please download the TQA 2003 Manual below, or email Amr at firstname.lastname@example.org
ThinkQuest Africa training - 2004 Jan 30
ThinkQuest Africa in cooperation with RITSEC started a training program on the 25th of January to coincide with the mid year break. Thanks to the great effort of RITSEC staff, they were able to raise local sponsorship from the private sector to increase the participation in the program, the total number of participants are 180, and training is run parallel in 8 locations in cooperation with the ministry of education and 2 other NGO's in addition to RITSEC labs.
TQA 2003 Manual (PDF)
Everything you need to know about participating in the TQA 2003 Internet Challenge. If you have trouble downloading this, right-click the link above and select "Save Target As..."