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Technology, Math, and the Early Learner: Models for Learning
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Early Childhood Education Journal Volume 27, Number 3, ISSN 1082-3301

Abstract

Considers theory, standards, guidelines, and rationale for technology in the preschool environment. Examines practices of 12 diverse preschool sites and derives 4 models that enable early learners to engage and experience technology within a developmentally appropriate learning environment. Focuses on technology-infused preschool models for mathematics instruction. (DLH)

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Craig, D.V. (2000). Technology, Math, and the Early Learner: Models for Learning. Early Childhood Education Journal, 27(3), 179-184. Retrieved April 20, 2019 from .

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