Volunteer Programs Bali

Teaching Computer Basic Skills

In today’s technological world computers and the skill required are essential in gaining employment. Our computer program will help each student to fully understand and utilise the power of the Internet and other basic computer skills for example Word, Excel and Powerpoint. They will also learn to communicate via e-mail. With each student managing their own personal email account, they will be able to maintain communication with their international sponsor and volunteer teachers from all over the world. All students and volunteers teachers through the generous donation of 20 laptops are able to access and learn through computer literacy.

Teaching the skill of computers is invaluable as the job prospects of each student that was previously unattainable become possible. Your basic IT skills can change the future of a student and possibly their community.

Benefits in volunteers teaching children Computers Skills include:

• Better Hand-eye Coordination. When children visually follow an object on the screen and actively participate in the activity the program provides, hand-eye coordination is greatly advanced and provides the opportunity for basic computer skills.

• Promotes School Readiness and Cognitive Development. Many developmentally appropriate computer programs increase a child’s readiness to learn Reading and Math. Technology may provide basic skills & engagement in higher-order thinking and applied learning.

• Improves Language Skills. By reading articles online, they learn new words and correct pronunciation. Many types of language development technology offer multisensory engagement, which offers speed and support to the learning process.

• Higher Capacity for Visual Attention. Gaming and learning applications equip children to pay more attention to details in order to complete these activities. These simultaneous activities train children to pay attention to every detail on the screen in order to achieve the goals of the game.

• Enhances Social Interaction Skills. As children develop their language skills, they are able to absorb ideas that equip them with skills necessary in relating with other people. When technology is used appropriately, technology can be used in collaboration with other people.

• Increases Motivation to Complete Tasks. Many apps and computer activities are created to encourage children to complete a level in order to unlock the next level. These learning games may help create a foundation for children to keep on trying and to overcome challenges even outside the screen setting.

• More Dynamic Spatial Skills. Games and educational content allow children to develop dynamic spatial skills through interactive screen time. Such skills will then develop their understanding for the world around them.

• Develops Problem Solving Skills. Younger children are more interested in the short-term goals of games, which are essential in problem solving, wondering which step comes next. This is helpful for their learning, especially in Math and Logical Reasoning.

• Expands Horizons. Technology exposes children to things they can’t see everyday. Children then begin to understand that life is more than just the four walls of the home or classroom.

• Develops Skills and Talents. Interactive media can be used to explore children’s talent. Technology presents opportunities to present different activities children may eventually engage in.

Computer classroom
Volunteer Montsi from Germany teaching basic computer skills
Volunteer Emily from England during his class
Students learning basic Excel during computer class