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Meaningful Connections: Using Technology in Primary Classrooms
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Young Children Volume 58, Number 6, ISSN 1538-6619

Abstract

A teacher educator introduces issues around using technology with primary children. Two teachers then describe science units they created that integrate technology through purposeful, hands-on activities, including children writing an online newsletter, exploring the Internet guided by tracking software, creating webs using webbing software, doing research on a TrackStar-managed Web page, and creating slide shows. This article is available online in Beyond the Journal, November 2003.

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Murphy, K., DePasquale, R. & McNamara, E. (2003). Meaningful Connections: Using Technology in Primary Classrooms. Young Children, 58(6), 12-18. Retrieved April 1, 2020 from .

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