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Young Children

1996 Volume 51, Number 6

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Number of articles: 3

  1. NAEYC Position Statement: Technology and Young Children--Ages Three through Eight

    Encourages educators to address the following issues related to the use of technology: (1) role of teacher evaluation; (2) benefits of appropriate use; (3) integration into learning environment; (4... More

    pp. 11-16

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  2. Software Evaluation

    Daniel D. Shade

    Argues that developmentally appropriate computer software selection is a critical teacher decision. Recommends evaluation of child features, teacher features, and technical features. Provides a... More

    pp. 17-21

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  3. Young Children and Technology: A Cautionary Note

    David Elkind

    Argues that although computers may promote the early childhood educator model of teaching, there are reasons for concern in the classroom with computers. Cautions against using a child's computer... More

    pp. 22-23

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