Upper Grades Restart in Mogotio Primary
This week in Mogotio Primary was a very busy week. We have so many students in our school, that I cannot cover our whole curriculum in a regular class schedule. So, between scheduled classes (during lunch, recess and after school) I pull groups into the computer room who may have missed our latest specialty.
This week, I was finally able to associate and socialize with grade 6, 7 and 8. I learned that they were not aware of all our curriculum changes, since they hadn't been to computer lessons in so long. The last TechLit classes they took were from our old curriculum, which was mostly about touch-typing and playing games. Now they are learning many other exciting programs, like Inkscape, LMMS and OpenShot.
A 6th grade student named Kevin gave me confidence that his class finally appreciates how much they can learn with computers. Kevin wrote a story about TechLit during his introduction to word processing. He explained in a short sentence "TechLit is a good company, because they help us learn how to use computers." (He underlined the word TechLit). Kevin thanked Nelly for bringing computers to their school and for having the heart of sharing.
About The Author
Denis is our school lead educator in Mogotio Primary School.