The online learning center features a unique teaching approach called the SEE-READ-DO Learning System.
Plano, TX (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
As of this week, visitors to MYPCSchool.com will be greeted by a streamlined and colorful new look created by Eric Johnson of Beyond Digital. “We are very excited about the fresh approach Eric gave us,” said Bill Witcher, Co-founder of MyPCSchool. “He did a super job. Just what we were looking for.”
MyPCSchool.com is an online learning resource that offers the largest selection of Lesson Plans created specifically for Boomers and Seniors who want to develop or improve their basic computer skills.
While the site is initially styled for older adults, anyone, young or old (they don’t check ID’s), who would like to learn new computer skills or improve upon existing ones, will find MyPCSchool to be an enjoyable and rewarding online learning experience.
Mimi Witcher, co-founder, taught seniors for eight years in the classroom in the Emeritus Program at Richland College in Dallas, TX. She went from taking classes…to teaching classes…to Teacher of the Year. Now she’s teaching Boomers, Seniors, soccer moms and career minded people online from all over the world.
“Today’s technology makes it possible for you to learn computer skills from the comfort of your home,” said Mimi. “You can learn how to get connected to family and friends and explore the world any time you want, day or night, 24/7.”
The online learning center features a unique teaching approach called the SEE-READ-DO Learning System™
See – students view a short encouraging video illustrating each Lesson Plan
Read – they can print the Lesson Plan so they can refer to it as they learn
Do - with a visual image of performing the lesson and a printed copy to refer to, they can now easily learn a new computer skill.
The avid online learners at MyPCSchool are just a sample of the growing number of distance learners taking advantage of a movement that many, including Bill Gates, predict is education’s future - education over the Internet.
For more information about online learning, go to http://www.mypcschool.com