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Early Childhood Education & Technology

Ryan Visser
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Transcript of Early Childhood Education & Technology

Carla Neumann-Hinds
Crazytalk
NAEYC
Technology & Early CHildhood Education
Ryan Visser
visser@clemson.edu
Technology Position Statment
Students
Developmentally appropriate technology offers opportunities for collaborative play, learning, and creation.

Research demonstrates that when working with a computer, children prefer working with one or two partners over working alone. They seek help from one another and seem to prefer help from peers over help from the teacher.

Children engage in high levels of spoken communication and cooperation at the computer. They engage in more turn taking at the computer and simultaneously show high levels of language and cooperative-play activity.
Educators
Early childhood educators should use technology as a tool for communication and collaboration among professionals as well as a tool for teaching children.
Online Early Childhood Communities
http://earlychildhoodexchange.ning.com
http://ednetwork.ning.com
http://pre-kpages.ning.com/forum
Technology-based Communities
http://www.iste-community.org/forum
http://tech-in-ed.ning.com/
http://www.edutopia.org/
Professional judgment by the teacher is required to determine if a specific use of technology is age appropriate, individually appropriate, and culturally appropriate.

* Learning Curve?
* Student-Centered?
* Teacher-Driven?
Digital Cameras
This photo is of Jackson using the chalk pastels. He first colored his pretest all blue and said it was a snow tree. This picture shows his enthusiasm for exploring the pastels instead of his leaf. This brings a good point for teachers to keep in mind when working with young children.
Video in the Classroom
Digital Microscopes
http://tinyurl.com/clemsonec
http://www.reallusion.com/crazytalk/
$39.95 at Academic Superstore.com
http://www.playdigitalblue.com/products/digital_blue/index.html
http://www.amazon.com/Flip-UltraHD-Camcorder-Minutes-Black/dp/B0023B14TK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1270747052&sr=1-1
Image Editing
Stephen Cotton
smcotto@clemson.edu
Think, Pair, Share
How do you do this?
How might you do this?
What is Technology?
How does Technology
fit into STEAM?
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