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Understandable notes, happy pupils.

Pupils are always happy if the notes given to them are simple and easy to understand. Do you want computing notes for basic 6 pupils? 

Are you a teacher in basic 5 looking for short computing notes for your pupils? Let’s cut off the stress so you could get much time for lessons preparation. 

There is no way we can embark on a computing journey without a strong foundation. We have notes for our pupils in basic four as well.

How well do we know pupils and what they want?

Well, we roll with them in almost all corners. Two of Awaycande group of blogs’ dedicated writers are actually in the classroom with these incredible pupils. We listen to them to put together notes that will put them right in the middle of the learning process.

Help them reach their potentials

This particular school is situated somewhere in the Greater-Accra Region of Ghana. The school has only two functioning laptops and this is just a class of more than twenty Pupils.

Any individual or NGO group who can help?

Awaycande group of blogs

 

We have two other helpful blogs. Awaycande.com where you can read and learn about almost everything including health and afobu.com where you can read on money management.

our team

Rashid

Website designer/Teacher

Rashid is the one you can really refer to as “never give up”. He started following his dream to help people online without a computer or mobile phone. 

Aziz

Pro Blogger/Teacher

 Visiting places to write about the things that matters is what Aziz does. Before he became a teacher, he use to blog on phone with keypads missing.

Deina

Database Administrator

She always likes the difficult corner just to challenge herself. Deina is an all-round and ready to help person who have ideas concerning almost everything in life.

Learn from our blog

There are a lot of basic, specific and general ideas we share on our blog from which you can learn how to manage your computer part of life. You can also share your ideas with us by contacting us or using the comment section.

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