What is Computer Literacy?
This course is a guide to teaching computer literacy, the ability to take full advantage of computers, software, Internet, and online resources. Computer literacy classes usually precede more advanced topics like programming, digital literacy, and information literacy.
Since computers are everywhere, people are usually introduced to them as little children. This course is therefore aimed at children aged 6-10 or more precisely the teachers and parents who lead them. This course can be nevertheless used for independent study by older children and adults. Style is suitable for young children with little text, lots of images, and short tasks.
Despite easy access to computers, children tend to use them in a very limited way to consume content like movies and games. This course aims to expand their horizons, to get their feet wet, so to speak. It focuses on discovery in the spirit of "ma, look what the computer can do!". There are no drills, tests, or deep dives in This course, because they would just drain time and patience that is better used to discover more of the seemingly infinite computing landscape.
Teachers and parents are advised to read the Foreword that gives more reasoning for structure and style of the course. Contributors should review Contributing chapter.
Would you like to learn Computer Literacy?
Simply, click the "Book" button of Computer Literacy and proceed to the payment method. Enter your desired schedule of training. You will receive an email confirmation for Computer Literacy and a representative / trainer will get in touch with you.