Computer Training

Teacher's training

" A good teacher is like a good
entertainer, first must hold
audiance's attention, then he
can teach his lesson"
- John Henrik Clarke -

Computer training

The aims of this program is to provide all teacher with basic computer training. ested in knowing the advantages and disadvantages of computer training.
Computers are the best way to teach students. Today, all schools and universities have computer labs, where they receive training for their teachers. Computers help teachers teach their students to quickly and easily. With the help of computers and broadband Internet, students can search for concepts or things that they want to know, referring to the sites.
The use of computers in the classroom can help teachers teach more than they can do without them. Students can display graphics, diagrams and figures, while teaching practical oriented subjects such as algebra, geometry, physics, biology or botany. Teachers can give students to complete many missions with the help of software. Introduction of computers in schools can help students learn different software and hardware, under the guidance of their teachers.
The use of computers in education does not end there. Many times it happens, so that students can not enroll in degree programs who are interested in because of lack of money, or because the Institute is far from their place of residence. The introduction of distance learning has been solved all these problems. Distancelearning or online degree programs, with learningthrough computers, provide training for much cheaper than the cost of full-time training. Students also live far away in remote areas, do not have to travel several miles and come to town, because they can now learn the comfort of your home, if you have a desktop computer with an Internet connection. However, there are some disadvantages in the use of computers in education in which we must be careful. First of all, doing all the calculations using the software and the calculator can affect their math skills.