Blackbox in the Sandbox: The Decision to Use Technology with Young Children With Annotated Bibliography of Internet Resources for Teachers of Young Children
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Skeele, R. & Stefankiewicz, G. (2002). Blackbox in the Sandbox: The Decision to Use Technology with Young Children With Annotated Bibliography of Internet Resources for Teachers of Young Children. AACE Journal, 10(2), 79-95. Norfolk, VA: AACE.
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Volume 10, Issue 2, 2002
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) Norfolk, VA
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Many forces and trends help shape the early childhood curriculum. These are usually accompanied by a variety of conflicting theories of development and learning. Some topics appear to provoke more controversy than others; the use of technology with young children ranks high on the list of provocative topics. There is no doubt that technology is an important aspect of education today, but there has been much debate about developmentally appropriate uses of computerbased materials and techniques with both preschool and primary school children.
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