Technology Resources and Software Recommended for Young Children and Teachers and Evaluating Web Sites

Technology Resources and Software Recommended for Young Children and Teachers and Evaluating Web Sites

Lee Allen (University of Memphis, USA), Sally Blake (University of Memphis, USA), Candice Burkett (University of Memphis, USA), Rene Crow (University of Central Arkansas, USA), Andrew Neil Gibbons (New Zealand Tertiary College, New Zealand), Michael M. Grant (University of Memphis, USA), Satomi Izumi-Taylor (University of Memphis, USA), Yu-Yuan Lee (University of Memphis, USA, & Nan Kai University of Technology, Taiwan), Jorge Lopez (University of Texas at El Paso, USA), María Eugenia López (Centro de Desarrollo Infantil, México), Zelda McMurtry (Arkansas State University, USA), Clif Mims (University of Memphis, USA), Vivian Gunn Morris (University of Memphis and Harding Academy, USA), Cheri Lewis Smith (University of Memphis and Harding Academy, USA) and Denise Winsor (University of Memphis and Harding Academy, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-784-3.ch011
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Abstract

Technology is being designed for children of all ages, even as young as nine months (Morrison, 2007). The software market is growing rapidly for children from infant to preschool age, with programs for children under five representing the fastest-growing educational softwarea area (Morrison 2007). The Internet provides access to a great collection of resources available for young children and teachers. The following pages may be of interest to educators of young children. There are web sites included for software and articles of interest related to issues concerning technology and young children selected by all authors of our book.

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