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IT in Early Learning Callon Leam
Introduction Computers are a fact of every day life. Along with the rewards, dangers should be taught as well. IT is rapidly being evolved into every possible item and lifestyle.
Toys At a very young age, learning is done though fun. Basic learning about IT is when you tell the computer to do something, or in this case the toy, it does it. Kids pay better attention to entertainment.
Software Most child software involves Spelling and Mathematics Studies show that kids using IT tuition programs excel better at school than kids with no pre-training. Introduction to Word and PowerPoint should be as early as possible so they are ready to use it in Middle and Senior School.
Future Development Victoria has a plan in motion for IT in Students. Assists teachers in the development and exchange of learning materials Contributes to the professional development of kindergarten teachers and assistants and enhances their access to research in relation to child development; Establishes an IT infrastructure that enhances the management of kindergartens and reduces the workload on management committees; Contributes to the sustainability of kindergartens by providing for the better recording of school records including budgets and finance plans.
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