Technology Immersion

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Learning with Technology

AMPLIFY YOUR BRAIN POWER

From a technological standpoint, the invention of machines (Industrial Revolution) enabled human to amplify our physical power. Machines enable us to run faster, fly higher, see further, and hear better. The invention of the thinking machine, the computer (Information Revolution), enabled human to amplify their brain power.

Computers enable us to calculate better, search faster, remember forever, and think smarter. To not use computers to help us learn and think better and faster is like not using machines and going back to the Stone Age!

TECHNOLOGY LITERACY

At ChildFirst we believe that technology literacy, just like other literacy skills, is best learned when young, especially for digital natives like your child. 

We live in a world driven by technological innovations. Successful leaders like Steve Jobs of Apple and Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook were exposed to technology very early in life. At ChildFirst, we seek to do the same for your child.

Perhaps your child will be the next Jack Ma of Alibaba.com!

BRINGING THE WORLD INTO THE CLASSROOM

At ChildFirst, our teachers are enabled to bring the world into the classroom and we put the world at your child’s finger tips!
Through technology, children can view an ultrasound scan of a baby in the mother’s womb, “experience” weightlessness in space or understand why we need to protect the rainforest.

Ultrasound scan of a baby in the mother’s womb

Weightless in space

A rainforest takes many years to grow but only a few seconds to be cut down

Through eLearn, we put the world at your child’s fingertip.

Through eTeach, our teacher brings the world into the classroom.

e-CURRICULUM EXPERT

ChildFirst’s parent company Ednovation has been developing e-curriculum for pre-schools since 1991. It is the pioneer in educational technology. Its EdnoLand e-curriculum is currently used by hundreds of pre-schools in Asia. Ednovation’s educational software has won many awards including from the Children’s Television Workshop (the parent company of Sesame Street), and the American Association of Educational Publishers. 

ChildFirst is perhaps the only pre-school chain in Asia with in-house e-curriculum development capabilities.