I'm doing research on browser based education games for a local NGO called MyMe here in Myanmar. The goal is to host educational resources and games on R-pi offline servers pared with captive wifi hotspots. See mymebox.org for a sample of what it looks like on the R-pi (Please note that this page is currently just a test bed for the project). MyMe is currently producing there own lessons and curriculum in Burmese.
Smartphones are super common here, even in rural areas. Instead of setting up one computer lab, they want to established content and resources for schools and other institutions of learning that is scalable. I know this is not a new idea so I figured I would ask here for suggestions.
All games would have to have licensing that would allow them to be copied and distributed for free. Games that are Open or use CC attribution should be fine. Math and programing games are both major areas of interest but all ideas welcome.
Also, I'v read about hosting the Scratch editor on a web page has anyone done this on a R-pi server? If so, your thoughts?
Thanks for any help, ideas or suggestions.