Tablet ideas from “Touch and Grow”

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Student using iPad with headphones at a table

Image courtesy of Ms. Erin Stanfill, Burley Elementary School

“Touch and Grow: Learning and Exploring Using Tablets”, featured in NAEYC‘s Teaching Y9ung Children, provide examples and ideas for best practice when selecting, using, integrating, and managing tablets into early childhood settings from authors Bonnie Blagojevic, Hillary Brumer, Sue Chevalier, Audrey O’Clair, and Karen Thomes.  The article offers diverse ways of using tablets that include extending learning experiences, documentation, and assessments.

Read more about tablets in early childhood from this Teaching Young Children article

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