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Technology Tools for Young Learners.

By: Von Blanckensee, Leni.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (207 p.).ISBN: 9781317920366.Subject(s): Education, Primary -- Computer-assisted instruction | Educational technology | Internet in educationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Technology Tools for Young LearnersDDC classification: 372.133/4 LOC classification: LB1028.5.V66 2013ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
""Cover""; ""Title Page""; ""Copyright Page""; ""Dedication""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""About the Author""; ""Table of Contents""; ""Foreword""; ""Preface""; ""1 Beyond Educational Software: A Theoretical Framework for Using Technology Tools""; ""Using Technology as a Tool""; ""Viewing Technology Integration Through a Developmental Lens""; ""Using a Child Development Approach in a World of Standards""; ""Historical Concerns About Technology and Young Children""; ""The National Association for the Education of Young Children Position on Technology""
""Technology Tools: Issues Related to Young Learners""""Is the Use That the Technology Supports Appropriate to This Grade Level?""; ""Does the Technology Provide the Support That Allows the Use to Be Appropriate Earlier Than It Might Otherwise Be?""; ""Is the Software Design and Interface Simple and Intuitive Enough for Children to Use?""; ""A Closer Look at Technology Integration: The Experience of the Education First Sites""; ""Technology, Visions, and Dreams""; ""Summary""; ""References""; ""2 Graphic Images""; ""Photographs""; ""Putting Children in Control""; ""What the Future Holds""
""Getting Started""""Photographic Images versus Drawing and Painting""; ""Using Photographs to Improve Written and Oral Language""; ""Moving from Image to Text""; ""Other Ways to Use Photographic Images""; ""Sequencing""; ""Pattern Repetition""; ""Phonics""; ""Oral Language Development""; ""Story and Play Writing""; ""Documenting Science and Math Observations""; ""Exploring Family and Community""; ""Drawings and Paintings""; ""Drawing on a Computer""; ""Exploring Geometry with Drawing and Painting Tools""; ""Clip Art""; ""Categorizing with Clip Art""
""Supporting Phonemic Awareness and Phonics with Clip Art""""Clip Art Frames with Repeated Patterns""; ""Scanned Art Work""; ""Creating Greeting Cards""; ""Telling Stories and Writing Books""; ""A Closer Look at Documenting: The Reggio Emilia Approach""; ""Grade-Level Guidelines for Using Cameras, Video, and Scanning Equipment""; ""Summary""; ""References""; ""3 Word Processing and Literacy""; ""Beginning to Write with a Word Processor""; ""Fine Motor Skills and Writing""; ""Keyboarding""; ""Revising""; ""Cooperative Learning and Collaboration in the Writing Process""
""When Computers Talk Back""""Grade-Level Guidelines for Word Processing""; ""Summary""; ""References""; ""4 Multimedia Presentations: Putting the Pieces Together""; ""What Is Multimedia?""; ""Class Projects""; ""Navigating""; ""Using Multimedia to Support the Curriculum""; ""Oral and Written Language""; ""Phonics""; ""Documenting Hands-on Science""; ""Exploring Family and Community""; ""Basic Multimedia Programs""; ""Getting Started""; ""An Example Unit That Integrates Multimedia Technology""; ""Grade-Level Guidelines for Integrating Multimedia""; ""Summary""; ""References""
""5 The Internet""
Summary: This book demonstrates how students in grades K through 3 can use technology tools in ways that support their learning and development. It provides detailed examples of activities, projects, and lessons which you can adapt to your own classroom. This book demonstrates how young students can use technology to create original work as an integral part of the teaching and learning process. These technology tools and activities will help your young students develop language and writing skills; learn how to observe, document, and organize; learn to communicate effectively; distinguish phonetic sound
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""Cover""; ""Title Page""; ""Copyright Page""; ""Dedication""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""About the Author""; ""Table of Contents""; ""Foreword""; ""Preface""; ""1 Beyond Educational Software: A Theoretical Framework for Using Technology Tools""; ""Using Technology as a Tool""; ""Viewing Technology Integration Through a Developmental Lens""; ""Using a Child Development Approach in a World of Standards""; ""Historical Concerns About Technology and Young Children""; ""The National Association for the Education of Young Children Position on Technology""

""Technology Tools: Issues Related to Young Learners""""Is the Use That the Technology Supports Appropriate to This Grade Level?""; ""Does the Technology Provide the Support That Allows the Use to Be Appropriate Earlier Than It Might Otherwise Be?""; ""Is the Software Design and Interface Simple and Intuitive Enough for Children to Use?""; ""A Closer Look at Technology Integration: The Experience of the Education First Sites""; ""Technology, Visions, and Dreams""; ""Summary""; ""References""; ""2 Graphic Images""; ""Photographs""; ""Putting Children in Control""; ""What the Future Holds""

""Getting Started""""Photographic Images versus Drawing and Painting""; ""Using Photographs to Improve Written and Oral Language""; ""Moving from Image to Text""; ""Other Ways to Use Photographic Images""; ""Sequencing""; ""Pattern Repetition""; ""Phonics""; ""Oral Language Development""; ""Story and Play Writing""; ""Documenting Science and Math Observations""; ""Exploring Family and Community""; ""Drawings and Paintings""; ""Drawing on a Computer""; ""Exploring Geometry with Drawing and Painting Tools""; ""Clip Art""; ""Categorizing with Clip Art""

""Supporting Phonemic Awareness and Phonics with Clip Art""""Clip Art Frames with Repeated Patterns""; ""Scanned Art Work""; ""Creating Greeting Cards""; ""Telling Stories and Writing Books""; ""A Closer Look at Documenting: The Reggio Emilia Approach""; ""Grade-Level Guidelines for Using Cameras, Video, and Scanning Equipment""; ""Summary""; ""References""; ""3 Word Processing and Literacy""; ""Beginning to Write with a Word Processor""; ""Fine Motor Skills and Writing""; ""Keyboarding""; ""Revising""; ""Cooperative Learning and Collaboration in the Writing Process""

""When Computers Talk Back""""Grade-Level Guidelines for Word Processing""; ""Summary""; ""References""; ""4 Multimedia Presentations: Putting the Pieces Together""; ""What Is Multimedia?""; ""Class Projects""; ""Navigating""; ""Using Multimedia to Support the Curriculum""; ""Oral and Written Language""; ""Phonics""; ""Documenting Hands-on Science""; ""Exploring Family and Community""; ""Basic Multimedia Programs""; ""Getting Started""; ""An Example Unit That Integrates Multimedia Technology""; ""Grade-Level Guidelines for Integrating Multimedia""; ""Summary""; ""References""

""5 The Internet""

This book demonstrates how students in grades K through 3 can use technology tools in ways that support their learning and development. It provides detailed examples of activities, projects, and lessons which you can adapt to your own classroom. This book demonstrates how young students can use technology to create original work as an integral part of the teaching and learning process. These technology tools and activities will help your young students develop language and writing skills; learn how to observe, document, and organize; learn to communicate effectively; distinguish phonetic sound

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