What Role Should Technology Play in Young Children's Learning? Part 2. Early Childhood Classrooms in the 21st Century: Using Computers to Maximize Learning
Young Children Volume 55, Number 1, ISSN 1538-6619
Discusses how to use computers to facilitate learning with young children in early care and education settings. Includes discussion of software selection, website selection, connections of software and websites to the curriculum, and computer selection. Lists strategies for facilitating equitable access, improving computer availability, and assisting parents with home computer use. (KB)
Haugland, S.W. (2000). What Role Should Technology Play in Young Children's Learning? Part 2. Early Childhood Classrooms in the 21st Century: Using Computers to Maximize Learning. Young Children, 55(1), 12-18.
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