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  1. Math Is Art

    Tim Granger

    Teaching Children Mathematics Vol. 7, No. 1 (2000) pp. 10–13

    Describes a unit of study focusing on tessellations to show students another view of mathematics. (Author) More

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  2. Resources within Reason: Resources for Working with Infants, Toddlers, and Young Children Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

    Deborah Hatton, Camille Catlett, Pamela J. Winton & Anna Mitchell

    Young Exceptional Children Vol. 5, No. 4 (2002)

    This article reviews eight resources for working with infants, toddlers, and young children who are blind or visually impaired. Resources include a guide on early intervention with young children... More

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  3. Enhancing Social Problem Solving in Children with Autism and Normal Children through Computer-Assisted Instruction

    Vera Bernard-Opitz, N Sriram & Sharul Nakhoda-Sapuan

    Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders Vol. 31, No. 4 (2001) pp. 377–84

    This study evaluated computer assisted instruction in social skills using hypothetical animated social situations. Evaluation with eight preschool children with autism (and eight matched normal... More

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  4. Interaction Patterns between Children and Their Teachers when Using a Specific Multimedia and Communication Strategy: Observations from Children with Autism and Mixed Intellectual Disabilities

    Tomas Tjus, Mikael Heimann & Keith E. Nelson

    Autism: The International Journal of Research and Practice Vol. 5, No. 2 (2001) pp. 175–87

    A study investigated interaction patterns between 11 children with autism, 9 with intellectual disabilities, and 9 teachers working with a multimedia program to increase literacy skills. Children... More

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  5. MultiMedia Rocks

    Laurie Perry

    Science and Children Vol. 37, No. 8 (2000) pp. 24–27

    Uses multimedia to teach geology to fourth grade students. Explains the HyperStudio project and discusses students' reflections on this project. (YDS) More

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  6. Changing How and What Children Learn in School with Computer-based Technologies

    Jeremy M. Roschelle, Roy D. Pea, Christopher M. Hoadley, Douglas N. Gordin & Barbara Means

    Future of Children Vol. 10, No. 2 (2000) pp. 76–101

    Explores how computer technology can help improve how and what children learn in school. Highlights several ways technology can enhance how children learn by supporting four fundamental... More

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  7. Who's Wired and Who's Not: Children's Access to and Use of Computer Technology

    Henry Jay Becker

    Future of Children Vol. 10, No. 2 (2000) pp. 44–75

    Analyzes national survey data on children's differential access to computers at home and school, noting varying conditions that affect how children experience computers. In 1998, over 75 percent of... More

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  8. Children and Computers: New Technology--Old Concerns

    Ellen A. Wartella & Nancy Jennings

    Future of Children Vol. 10, No. 2 (2000) pp. 31–43

    Places current research on children and computers in historical context with earlier research on the mass media, noting recurrent patterns in 20th century media research. Concludes that to inform... More

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  9. Using A Sign-Up Sheet Strategy To Encourage Emergent Literacy Skills in Young Children with Disabilities

    Pamela Godt, Patricia Hutinger, Linda Robinson & Carol Schneider

    TEACHING Exceptional Children Vol. 32, No. 2 (1999) pp. 38–44

    This article describes how computer center sign-up sheets encouraged preschool children with a variety of disabilities to make visible advances in their emergent writing skills over the years. The ... More

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  10. How Children Solve Environmental Problems: Using Computer Simulations To Investigate Systems Thinking

    N P. Sheehy, J W. Wylie, C McGuinness & G Orchard

    Environmental Education Research Vol. 6, No. 2 (2000) pp. 109–26

    Describes the development and use of two computer simulations for investigating systems thinking and environmental problem-solving in children (n=92). Finds that older children outperformed younger... More

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  11. Remote and Isolated Children Learning Science

    Geoff Rogers

    Investigating Vol. 16, No. 11 (2000) pp. 16–19

    Describes the author's experience teaching a class of remote and isolated children using Air (broadcast) Lessons and Distance Education lesson materials. (WRM) More

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  12. What Role Should Technology Play in Young Children's Learning? Part 1

    Susan W. Haugland

    Young Children Vol. 54, No. 6 (1999) pp. 26–31

    Presents a model for using computers with 3- and 4-year-olds, and another for children 5 to 8. Covers developmentally appropriate computer activities, parent support, benefits to children,... More

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  13. Young Children Using Assistive Robotics for Discovery and Control

    Albert M. Cook & Albert R. Cavalier

    TEACHING Exceptional Children Vol. 31, No. 5 (1999) pp. 72–78

    Discusses the use of robotics with children with severe disabilities. Spotlights a toddler with developmental delays and quadriplegic athetoid cerebral palsy who is able to use a robotic arm and... More

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  14. Creating Opportunities for Children to Think Mathematically

    Ann E. Kajander

    Teaching Children Mathematics Vol. 5, No. 8 (1999) pp. 480–86

    Describes an after-school mathematics enrichment program in which children can freely experiment and play with mathematics and presents research observations. Offers some recommendations to... More

    pp. 480-86

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  15. Advanced Learning Technology for a Bilingual Education of Deaf Children

    Virginia Volterra

    American Annals of the Deaf Vol. 140, No. 5 (1995) pp. 402–9

    Twelve deaf children (ages 6 to 16) in Italy utilized a computer-assisted interactive multimedia program designed to facilitate their access to new information via both Italian Sign Language and... More

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  16. Do New Technologies Modify the Learning Processes for Young Children?

    Rachel Cohen

    European Conference on the Quality of Early Childhood Education 1995 (September 1995)

    This paper discusses the use of computers to modify the learning processes of preschool children. Focusing on children from non-francophone, lower-class, immigrant families in a suburb of Paris,... More

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  17. More than Drill and Practice: Selecting Software for Learners Who Are Gifted

    M Gail Hickey

    TEACHING Exceptional Children Vol. 27, No. 4 (1995) pp. 48–50

    This article offers guidelines for evaluating and selecting appropriate software for use with gifted children and examines the advantages and limitations of computer-assisted instruction with this ... More

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  18. Laptop Usage Affects Abstract Reasoning of Children in the Developing World

    Nina Hansen, Namkje Koudenburg, Rena Hiersemann, Peter J. Tellegen, Marton Kocsev & Tom Postmes

    Computers & Education Vol. 59, No. 3 (November 2012) pp. 989–1000

    There is a rising trend to provide low-cost laptops to children in developing countries. Notwithstanding strong claims about the educational effectiveness of these programs, there is very little... More

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  19. When Inclusion Is Innovation: An Examination of Administrator Perspectives on Inclusion in China

    Bi Ying Hu & Sherron Killingsworth Roberts

    Journal of School Leadership Vol. 21, No. 4 (July 2011)

    This article examines administrator perspectives of innovative services for the inclusion of young children with disabilities in regular preschool classrooms in China. Twelve directors from 12... More

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  20. “Passport To Information Technology”: Diffusion Of Information Technology In School While Empowering Children With Special Needs

    Hanan Yaniv & Rivka Wadmany, Teachers College of Technology, Israel

    Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2004 (2004) pp. 1483–1487

    This paper introduces a new approach to diffuse Information Technology culture in school or a teacher's college we call "Passport". Our student-teachers are taking the "Passport" system into a... More

    pp. 1483-1487