Teach someone about technology means making them able to use the advanced technological resources in their personal and professional life, making them distinct and valued in the market for having skills that make his productive activities become organized and with differential qualities.
This training, to be complete, should begin at an early age, so the brain can assimilate the logic used in machine languages and various computer systems to facilitate the learning of new technologies.
These are the reasons why Trilingual Innovation School brings to Chapecó a new technological training proposal, which starts from pre-school, with classes that provide 50% of activities with computers and high-end features, so its students can develop, among many skills worked, the technological literacy.
In the classrooms, which have 01 notebook per student, students will learn the assembly and disassembly of computers, typing and use of Microsoft tools, Linux and the Internet, computer programming and developing web pages.
"These tools are increasingly demanded by the labor market. We want our students ready to use modern technologies found in Windows and Linux platforms, "says the school’s computing teacher, Ana Paula Chenet.
Information technology plays a key role in the educational project of Trilingual Innovation School, as well as it brings students important tools for their professional future, it is the technology that will help teachers to perform interdisciplinary classes.