Supporting Ict In The Early Years
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Oct 1, 2003 - Education - 136 pages
This book helps readers understand how very young children (from birth to six) develop an early awareness, and subsequently develop their knowledge, skills and understandings of information and communication technologies (ICTs).
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Series editors preface
Chapter 1 An integrated approach to ict education
Chapter 2 ICT in the home the local environment and early years education
Chapter 3 Responding to the differing needs of children
Chapter 4 Programmable toys and control technology
Chapter 5 Interactive stories simulated environments and adventure games
Chapter 6 Creativity communication and the computer
The way forward
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