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Second Grade Technology: 32 Lessons Every Second Grader Can Accomplish on a Computer: Structured Learning IT Teaching Team,Killian Sean: 9780978780029: Amazon.com: Books

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Seven Technology Tips for Younger Elementary

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In conversations with educators in the lower grades, I often find that there is a sense of frustration or even fear in bringing technology into the classroom.
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Best Education Possible: Your Child and Technology: What Your Second Grader Needs to Know Part 2

Best Education Possible: Your Child and Technology: What Your Second Grader Needs to Know Part 2 | Technology Enhances Learning! | Scoop.it
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Technology in 2nd Grade

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There are many ways to integrate technology into 2nd grade. Technology can help support both...
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Technology and Young Children | National Association for the Education of Young Children | NAEYC

Technology and Young Children | National Association for the Education of Young Children | NAEYC | Technology Enhances Learning! | Scoop.it

“We believe that when used appropriately, technology and interactive media have tremendous potential to nurture early learning and development,” added Rita Catalano, Executive Director for the Fred Rogers Center. “The position statement is intended to support all those who care for and about young children in making informed, child-centered decisions about these new tools.”


Via Jennifer Dodge - CCRC executive director
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