How PCs expand your child’s World View

The world is increasingly becoming global. With the advent and widespread usage of technology, we are transcending boundaries between nations, becoming one big melting pot of cultures.

 

In this new world, PCs have played an essential role in expanding people's world view. With your children entering this new-age world, they need to experience the benefits of PC enabled learning to enhance their world view and become future-ready citizens.

 

The PC gives your child a platform to virtually adventure into other states or countries from the comfort of their own home. It allows them to explore new cultures and learn multiple things about other countries, including their landmarks, parks, tourist-spots, and monuments.

 

PCs also give children an extraordinary amount of information about the cuisines, languages, and festivals in other parts of the world, piquing their curiosity. It allows your child to look beyond the world they know and enables them to look at the world with a larger lens. 

 

Closer to home, children get to learn about places in the same country that they have not visited first-hand, expanding their view of their very own country. Youngsters in rural locations can learn about urban cities while city kids can learn about farms and forests that are unknown to them.

 

Such interactive learning and exploring will help develop your child into a global citizen who is curious, eager, and always hungry for knowledge. All you have to do is light a spark within them through PC education and watch their curiosity and interest catch fire. 

 

Before you know it, your child will be telling you facts about countries and cultures that you were not even aware of, expanding and enhancing your own global and cultural knowledge in the process. 

 



Dell Aarambh
  • Aarambh is a pan-India PC for Education initiative engineered to enhance learning using the power of technology; it is designed to help parents, teachers and children find firm footing in Digital India. This initiative seeks to connect parents, teachers and students and provide them the necessary training so that they can better utilise the PC for learning, both at school and at home.