5-year-old boy who can outdo any adult teacher in computer skills (photos)

5-year-old boy who can outdo any adult teacher in computer skills (photos)

- These photos show how a five year old boy from Zimbabwe proved that e-learning is a viable method of education, even for children that do not know how to read yet

- The boy displayed his relatively advanced computer skills to a large group of teachers

- Everybody was impressed at the progress the child made in learning how to work with a computer and believe that he is proof of the program’s success

Meet 5-year-old GENIUS who can outdo any adult teacher in computer skills (photos)

The boy displayed his advanced computer skills to a group of teachers

A five year old boy from the Early Childhood Development program is living proof about the effectiveness of the Information, Communication and Technology program.

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During a 10 minute presentation the child displayed his computer skills to a group of 50 ECD teachers that were attending the “E-learning in the new curriculum” workshop.

The child proved that he had command over the mouse and keyboard, could turn a computer on and off, could open and close programs and draw shapes and solve puzzles.

Meet 5-year-old GENIUS who can outdo any adult teacher in computer skills (photos)

He showed that he can draw on the computer and can use a mouse and keyboard

The presentation was meant to show that children can not only work with computers before they can learn how to read, but it is beneficial for their development.

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The five year old boy said: “I like spending my time working on the computers than playing with other kids because when I grow up I want to be a computer technician. I want to keep on helping other children to learn computers so that we compete.”

The workshop is solid proof that Information, Communication and Technology program is beneficial for the development of a young mind and that parents and teacher should encourage children to learn new technology.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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