I thought that I was a real big deal because I did not have to go to school. It took me nearly thirty years just catch up with all the changes that have been make since I was young. While I was working eight hours a week eating dust and working like a dog just to make ends meet knowledge was growing faster I had the time to learn. School is there to prepare the youth of today for the ever changing world of tomorrow.

how to use computers Just like the operating system, most programs use what’s called an interface: that shell or skin that hides the code, and allows you to navigate and manipulate using simple clicks and commands. This interface is what enables us to just stroll on over and start making things happen on the computer without knowing a darned thing about programming or codes or much of anything.

That really depends on your budget. If you have extra bucks to spare. Get a higher speed processor and your laptop computer will perform slightly better. Do not get too pump up when you are considering sparing some money on this spec. Always focus on your budget. They are lots of good deals out there, just keep searching:) I would suggest spend extra 5 to 10% of your budget on this.

learning Comport Computers If we follow and practice step by step what was written in a computer book what we want to learn, I guarantee there are no words fail in learning. I was initially interested in the computer world of computer books. And apparently once learned and practiced, I added just amazed with my computer science.

Use flash cards – Have a set of flash cards ready and use them for the most common things around the house and actions, i.e. food flash cards, toiletry flash cards, playing flash cards, actions (going to bathroom, going to play, seeing TV, playing with computers, etc) cards and so on. Encourage the child to pick the right flash card for what they want to do and then pronounce what is written there. If they cannot read, you do that and repeat it a couple of time, till the child is perfectly familiar with the words and the way they sound.

Fun Summer Learning Tip #2- Are you planning a summer vacation away from home? Encourage your child to make a journal about the trip. This is a good way to practice writing skills. Have your child help map out the trip to practice math and science skills. Are you planning to visit historic sites? Have your child write about these as well. He could create a play and become a character from the historical time period. Encourage your child to write about his summer activities in addition to vacation. He may learn to do something new, like ride a bike, and a record of his progress would be interesting.

This provides the opportunity for the child to develop his social being as a person. This will train your child to become a better person with competence in helping your community when he grew up as a man.

When I was selling peripherals, I happen to ask my immediate supervisor how he would go about learning the hardware side of computers. He looked at me and flatly stated, “Like I did — learn by doing – build a computer from scratch”. Well, that is exactly what I did. And I’ll give you a tidbit of what I learned and the problems I encountered.

Bi-lingual books – Have them read books which are bi-lingual, i.e. presents the topic in two languages, (i) English (or any other preferred language) and (ii) Spanish. In this way the child can relate the words and expressions faster and hence, learn the language faster.