I Don't Care What You've Got - I Care What You Do With It

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All photos taken by me at the Denver Art Museum. Text from NAEYC's proposed draft position paper on technology and young children. Learn more here:

http://budtheteacher.com/blog/2011/08/02/interactions-with-technology-should-be-playful-yep/

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  • I Don't Care What You've Got - I Care What You Do With It

    1. 1. I Don’t Care What You’ve Got I Care What You Do With It Bud HuntInstructional Technology Coordinator • St. Vrain Valley School District @budtheteacher hunt_bud@svvsd.org http://budtheteacher.com
    2. 2. Principles for Appropriate Use of Technology• The selection of technology• The use of technology• The integration of technology• The evaluation of technology
    3. 3. The selection of technology• Professional judgment is required to determineif a specific use of technology is age appropriate,individually appropriate, and culturally andlinguistically appropriate.
    4. 4. Professional Judgment
    5. 5. Effective uses of technology and screen media are active,hands-on, engaging, and empowering; give the child control;provide adaptive scaffolds to ease the accomplishment oftasks; and are used as one of many options to supportchildren’s learning.
    6. 6. Technology tools can improve how we measure and recorddevelopment, document growth, plan activities, and shareinformation with parents, families, and communities.
    7. 7. Interactions withtechnology should be playful.
    8. 8. Digital citizenship is essential in the 21st century.
    9. 9. Digital citizenship is essential in the 21st century.
    10. 10. Do good with what you’ve got. Bud HuntInstructional Technology Coordinator • St. Vrain Valley School District @budtheteacher hunt_bud@svvsd.org http://budtheteacher.com

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