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Children experience computers for first time

Many youngsters in India have never seen a computer before but now students at Naya Raipur are getting a hands — on introduction to the technology. A new computer lab was waiting for classes when they returned from their summer break. All students from kindergarten through grade 3 are getting time in the lab. Teachers have noted that even though the children have never used computers before, they have an instinctive understanding and are comfortable using the mouse. Not surprisingly, the kids are enjoying it. “I have learned how to switch the computer on and off and I like to draw and paint,” says Sunidhi, a second grader. Educational software is being introduced as the children adapt to the new system. The computer lab is named in honor of Bill Greehey for his support of Christel House India.    

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