Computers are the wave of the future. The very concept of education is changing for many kids, as they experience self directed learning, mostly out of the school, about things that interest them and they see how different this kind of learning is from the ‘push it on you’ and ‘ test you to death’ methods of formal schooling.
We believe the computer is a tool for enhancing communication, information retrieval and storage and, ultimately, the efficiency with which we do, what we do . Uma Rana School students learn to use the computer at the earliest age and have weekly instruction and daily opportunities to increase their knowledge and skills. Right from Nursery onwards the children have hands on experience with computers.
The use of ICT in our school helps children to use all their senses to extract the information.It fascinates kids and can draw their full attention, which often results in a deeper focus and concentration. Computers enable children to learn through creating, just as they gain hands on knowledge and understanding when they build forts, make up stories and paint, increase their skills. As they master computers, children build positive (attitude towards) technology that will pay dividends for the rest of their lives.