They say that learning has evolved over the years. Whereas we learned from books and the library before, kids nowadays no longer need to leave the comfort of their room to learn. Everything can be discovered at the tip of their hands.
HP recently released findings from the new HP New Asian Learning Experience Study that showed the different personalities of parents and how it impacts the ways in which children learn.
What's really good about the study is that it proved that most Filipino parents are realists like myself. Filipino parents are aware of the potential obstacles that their children may face and are willing to do whatever they can to ensure that their kids are prepared.
One of the things that I worry about is my son's future. The cost of living, job security, and mental stability are just some of the things that I worry about for B. This means that I am just like any other Filipino parent.
This is also why I make sure that B is exposed to both digital and print. This ensures that he gets the best of both worlds and he is able to maximize what he learns. HP, through it's range of innovative printers and personal computers, such as the HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 3775 and the HP Pavilion x360, reinvents learning to ensure that students have the right tools to develop their skills and help their practical, creative, critical, and inventive learning.
As a Mom, this matters to me and I'm happy that there are brands that take interests in these things.
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