Developing a framework for communication technologies in early childhood
The case for the development of a framework for investment and use of information and communication technologies to support leaning in early childhood education. New Zealand
Technology in early childhood: A positions statement
Technology position statement for young children aged three to eight from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). United States
Technology in early childhood: Finding the balance
Technology is a tool that can provide another way for young children to learn and make sense of their world. The key is to balance in early childhood environment between aligning the elements of healthy child development with the unique capabilities offered by technology. United States
The concerns about computer for infants and toddlers
While a market for computer software designed specifically for toddlers and young children continues to grow, little is known about the actual impact of this new technology on children's developing minds and bodies. United States
Technology: A catalyst for change in early childhood
Technology can be used to teach the same old stuff in the same way but having young children use computers in new ways–to solve problems, compose, draw, and write Logo programs–can be a catalyst for positive school change. United States
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