Successful Completion of the Computer Course with the Children from Maria Teresia
Computer Courses  2008-04-03

Well, the end of my first computer course with the children from the Maria Teresia Home for Children is already a fact! The end was actually the final exam that they had to take. The exam itself was not easy – it had two parts – theoretical and practical. But the kids did well – I am so proud of them. I really gave all of my energy and expertise in this course, but it was all worthwhile, especially seeing how these kids learn more and become more and more confident in their newly developed skills. It took us several months to cover the material, but we did it together. Thus, we were also able to establish strong bonds of friendship and mutual respect, apart from the computer knowledge.

So I decided at the end to create a questionnaire to find out what the kids think about the course and about my contribution in it. I was really curious to get to hear their opinions. So it all turned out to be a conversation of sorts, in which the children were able to share and answer my questions. I received all kinds of answers – some more defined than others, but overall I was pleased to find out that they were thankful for the course and learned a lot of new things. Most of them expressed their desire for a second, advanced course in computers. I could see they were very enthusiastic and motivated.

Of course, we did not send them away without a party. The day after the exam we invited them in the College building, where we had a lot refreshments and music. The Care for All team joined us and the atmosphere became very festive. The children shared with us about their life in the institution and their plans for the future. At the end we made a picture to remember our time together. I encouraged them to continue to keep in touch with us and to come and visit us and use our computers anytime they can.

Well, the end is always a bit sad, but it is inevitable. I just hope that these children will continue on more encouraged about the future and will find God in their lives. I hope I was able to show them my faith and commitment to God and thus to inspire them to follow Him.

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