How to turn your child into a Computer Whizz!
Updated: Aug 31, 2019
According to factsforlifeglobal.org, recent research confirms that the first five years are particularly important for the development of the child's brain, and the first three years are the most critical in shaping the child's brain architecture. Early experiences provide the base for the brain's organizational development and functioning throughout life. They have a direct impact on how children develop learning skills as well as social and emotional abilities.
Children learn more quickly during their early years than at any other time in life. They need love and nurturing to develop a sense of trust and security that turns into confidence as they grow.
We at New Era Schools, know that children are fantastic learning machines. The best thing parents can do to help us teach IT is to give them access to the technology at home not just at school:
Put child-lock on your mobile devices and tablets, then let them experiment.
Buy them a computer. If the best gift you can offer your child is education, the second best gift; a computer! Modern life in all the world’s nations is heavily dependent on IT.
Those who cannot afford to buy a computer, please take your children anywhere where they can spend time on a pc. This could be an internet cafe or a public library.
We Promise to do Our Bit
Through our co-curricular activities programme – or as a chosen subject in both secondary and primary – our students have access to one of two IT labs. Our students can learn various aspects of computing such as basic coding, Word, Excel and Photoshop.