this http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-themes.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>While launching an e-learning book at Hotel Sojovalo, approved Ivan Kasanvu, called upon all teachers and parents to embrace ICT by introducing children to computer knowledge at a tender age when their brains are still sharp in order to have an informed future generation.
“I take this opportunity to introduce to you a book which is going to help the young generation in ICT skills and Knowledge, Kasanvu stated.
Kasanvu, one of the young Authors, has come up with a new book “ICT Integration Guidelines for Primary schools” which has been written to facilitate primary school teachers in addressing problems related to teaching computer skills to young children.
He called upon all Ugandans to join him in the introduction of the first Online Quiz challenge for Ugandan schools starting next year.
At the same function, two primary kids aged between 10-12 years, proved to the parents that they will be good engineers by making revision from the already developed computer programs in the field of the science subject as well as assembling and identifying the functions of various computer parts.
This turn of events follows the recent launch of ICT equipments in nursery and primary schools in the East African region.
The recent provision of iPads to all Ugandan Members of Parliament created havoc as it was realised later that some of them didn’t know how to use them, therefore, they needed to have more lessons in this field.
This has led to an increase in criticism of the Ugandan education system by different scholars declaring it unfit for this modern era of science and technology.
Dennison Mugabi, the Director Mbuya Parents School, called upon all head teachers in the country to give their pupils a chance to enjoy E-learning policy which not only saves them money of buying school chalk but also creates a life learning zone for the pupils.
Mugabi further cautioned parents as well as teachers to have strict monitory policies to safeguard children from getting spoilt.