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What is the effect of digital technologies on engagement and complexity of thinking of the explorations of 5‐6 year old children in a Reggio inspired setting?

What is the effect of digital technologies on engagement and complexity of thinking of the explorations of 5-­‐6 year old children in a Reggio inspired setting? from clairweston

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‘In Dialogue with the Park’ Alive in the Classroom: Applied Web 2.0 Technology for Learning

The context In order to set the scene for the context of this project I feel I should explain a little bit about our Early Learning Centre in which the research took place. Our Pedagogical Beliefs Our approach to education … Continue reading

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The Everlasting Magic of Letters

I am still thinking about sensitive and worthwhile infusions of technology in our ELC.  The documentation below illustrates a series of encounters that could have used technology, albeit to do ‘old things in new ways’, as described by Utecht, yet … Continue reading

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Technology Integration

The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) has established technology standards for students, teachers and administrators in K-12 classrooms. The ISTE, a leader in helping teachers become more effective users of technology, offers this definition of technology integration: “Curriculum … Continue reading

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