Dimoer Elementary School also allows students to use tablets and bring digital teaching materials home. Yang Ping recalled the production of digital teaching materials, especially looking for a translator who was proficient in the ethnic language to convert the Chinese into the corresponding ethnic language, and even asked the elders of the tribe to read aloud. The project is huge: "In the past, children's learning was all single words, with few sentences or even chapters, so we think this is a big breakthrough. To listen to a whole text in ethnic languages, this is a big deal for children. Exciting. Now I invite the elderly to narrate, but it presents a different artistic conception, and
I can also learn my own culture from the perspective popular database of appreciation.” Not only single words, sentences, but also sound recordings of complete chapters and new poems, even the elderly who helped to record the text couldn't help but admire: It turns out that our language can be so beautiful. The new teaching materials are combined with action education, so that the stories that were originally only circulated in the tribe have become teaching materials for class, so that the children of Dimoer
Elementary School can understand their own culture and regain their identity from an early age. This is the second contact with the language, recalling the bits and pieces of childhood experiences. "Using home-grown teaching materials that are in line with life experience can effectively improve children's learning performance. The interactive multimedia presentation is more active in teaching and stimulates children's interest in learning. The benefits can be extended from school to outside, becoming a A parent-child learning, interactive learning between parents and children.