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What technology works in ECE

What technology works in ECE

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  • 1. Technology in Ece What Works BY: Abbey Hill
  • 2. RESEARCH says…  Technology is beneficial for children in Early Childhood Education  Use of computers enhances social, language, and cognitive skills  Studies highlight the opportunities for language use and social interaction that technology offers, along with increased motivation for children  Computers also make possible experiences and representations that cannot take place in the real world, providing new experiences and improved understanding  http://www.nwrel.org/request/june01/child.html
  • 3. •MAKE and DISPLAY a graph POSITIVEexa • EXPLORE with DIGITAL tools mples of technology in • Tell a STORY the classroom • WRITE, RECORD, and REVISIT http://www.netc.org/earlyconnections/pub/brochure.pdf
  • 4. MAKE and DISPLAY a graph  Use graphing programs  Ex: Excel or Powerpoint or the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives  Students collect meaningful information and data  Teacher builds physical graph first and then uses technology to create digital graph for students to view  Visual representation of data helps them to understand information in a new way  http://www.netc.org/earlyconnections/pub/brochure.pdf
  • 5. what color are YOU wearing today? RED? GREEN? YELLOW? BLUE? Site: http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/category_g_1_t_1.html
  • 6. EXPLORE with DIGITAL tools  Teacher can use photos and magnified images from digital microscope or camera to teach and for visual engagement  Have students photograph things during a walk through the community  Digital tools encourages involvement  Enhances understanding, and is effective with a wide range of learning styles  http://www.netc.org/earlyconnections/pub/brochure.pdf
  • 7. digital CAMERAS  http://thefuntimesguide.com/images/blogs/little-girl-photographer.jpg
  • 8. tell a STORY  Children can create illustrations on screen with art software such as Paint  Students can create a book with words and pictures and teacher can tape record them reading it aloud  Reading and writing combined are more effective when taught  http://www.netc.org/earlyconnections/pub/brochure.pdf
  • 9. PAINT software  http://www.hoax-slayer.com/images/tux-paint.jpg
  • 10. WRITE, RECORD, and REVISIT  Use digital records such as video taping, digital photographs, or Powerpoint presentations  Create illustrations on screen with art software such as Paint  Children can share memories by adding captions to photos in Powerpoints  Learning progress captured in digital photos or movies  Teachers, students, and parents have the ability to return to the experience by viewing digital photos  http://www.netc.org/earlyconnections/pub/brochure.pdf
  • 11. our increasing MATH skills Jeff working on addition and subtraction * right Mary and Jen counting *above http://www.waylandfoundation.org/images/rexanne.jpg http://www.evansnewton.com/images/boy%20 doing%20math.JPG
  • 12. hooray for TECHNOLOGY the end

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