Teach Through Tech

Date 07-15-2018

Teach Through Tech has helped improve a lot in the 20 students

August 4th 2017 – February 4th, 2018, Time International School, Mirpur 1, Dhaka, Bangladesh - Teach Through Tech has helped improve a lot in the 20 students. The students are capable of displaying their thoughts on Paint; they can type with both hands and with a speed comparatively better than before. Moreover, the students have signed up for their email accounts and they send their paintings and essays to Gulshan Jubaed Prince. They can navigate their way to most things the instructor asks them to do. Every student has improving their English but there is more space for improvement. They became very much disciplined since they joined but some more alteration can be done to make them better. Everyone in the lab works hard to keep the lab as clean as possible. Furthermore, they enjoy a little bit of educational videos on YouTube and other educational games on pbskids.org and code.org. All the instructors are making sure the implementation of the magic words taught. The volunteers also discuss about positive reinforcement for the students. A writing competition was held and the winners from both batches were awarded as an incentive for others to work as hard as their peers.

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  • English Language
  • Youth Development
  • Underprivileged
  • Slums
  • Civil Society
  • Computer Lab
  • Education
  • Technology


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