Monday, June 28, 2010
Gov. Carrion's Day-Care Learning Program
About the provincial government of Marinduque's Day-Care Learning Program. IT company Pisces Publishing, Inc. provides the instructional software programs and services where day-care workers had to undergo a basic computer literacy program.
Research showed that fifty percent of a person's ability to learn is developed in the first four years of life according to research findings, and that another thirty percent is developed by the 8th birthday. As disclosed by DepEd only 12% of every 100 grade 1 pupils are ready for school.
For the volunteer day-care workers who teach the young kids, the program provides powerful but simple-to-use tools to diagnose, track and report on day-care children's knowledge and progress. The software allows children to learn independently with lively animation, vivid videos and photos.
The program is formulated to help children develop thinking skills, reading, listening and visual comprehension, analytical skills, grammar, spelling, pronunciation, memory development and problem-solving skills.
Pisces Publication's representative Elmer Dioquino explains to the day-care workers in this video the features of the instructional software learning program at their disposal.