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E-learning for kids

Discussion in 'Top Schools' started by Digital Teacher, Mar 6, 2018.

  1. Digital Teacher

    Digital Teacher New Member

    In today's complex world, a child's future is determined by its ability to master and understand the basics of reading, science, math and computers. School fee, class size and other issues often prevent children access to quality online learning that can support and reinforce these essential skills. Kid-friendly learning portal where students go to access all their e-Learning materials in an interactive online environment. In addition, the e-Learning also provides an easy-to-navigate hub with immediate assessments and kid-friendly lessons having no glitches in their learning paths.
  2. bharose

    bharose New Member

    online education can be great add-on to conventional schooling for kids, thanks for sharing this @Digital Teacher
  3. Jonathan Small

    Jonathan Small New Member

    Children should start learning a new language by 10 to speak proficiently...
    According to several studies, students who are 11-year-old and above can pick up a foreign language but are not so prompt in language fluency or grammar of that language. A key study claimed that 10 is an important cut-off age to begin learning a new language. Some experts also opine that once children cross this cut-off age, it is tough to converse in another foreign language like a native
  4. yashpratap

    yashpratap New Member

    In today’s competitive world, it has become extremely important for students to learn one more language other than their native language. English being the most spoken language, it makes sense to help kids learn to speak and write English. Teachers in school should start imparting the basics of a new language from an early age only to ensure students can learn it easily. The introduction can be by teaching kids easy words, grammatical rules and making small conversations in the specific language. Young students can also leverage e-learning by watching videos and listening to audio files to understand correct pronunciation and diction of the language- Prometheus school

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