Technology In Early Childhood - Teaching with Technology in Kindergarten and Pre-school Classrooms
10 Great Apps for Early Childhood DevelopmentEducation is on shifting ground as technology has made it possible to connect, record and educate children with more and more exciting tools. With so many tools and apps available, it’s hard to know where to begin. Many “educational” apps offer little in the way of education and there are many “entertainment” apps that can be quite educational. So how do you decide which tools are appropriate and can work with your pedogogy? We wanted to know which apps offer a best practice experience so we have asked our Storypark community of teachers, ECE experts, parents and children about their favorite apps. 10 Great Apps for Early Childhood Development Tiny Tap - FreeThis app is a very fun tool that allows you to easily create simple games using photos and drawings. Somantics FreeA beautiful and simple app that allows users the ability to discover and create using rhythmic touch and interaction. Toca Teaparty $1.99Invite your friends to a tea party around your iPad!
Early Educator – New Resources and Teaching Strategies for Early Childhood Education Teachers Working in Kindergarten, Nursery, Daycare, Preschool and Child Care centres with kids 0 to 5 years on the App StoreLeo's Pad: Preschool Kids Learning Series on the App Store
PoppletTechnology and Young ChildrenKey Messages When used intentionally and appropriately, technology and interactive media are effective tools to support learning and development. Intentional use requires early childhood teachers and administrators to have information and resources regarding the nature of these tools and the implications of their use with children. View Key Messages Summary (PDF) Examples of Effective Practice View Examples of Effective Practice (PDF) Technology That Supports Early Learning Pre-recorded Webcast: Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs This prerecorded 21-minute webcast addresses key messages in the position statement. View the webcast