Campbell, Coral and Jobling, Wendy 2008, Technology education in early childhood setting, in Exploring technology education : solutions to issues in a globalised world, Griffith Institute for Educational Research, Mt. Gravatt, Qld., pp. 66-74.
International Conference on Technology Education Research
Griffith Institute for Educational Research
Place of publication
Mt. Gravatt, Qld.
Across Victoria, Early Childhood educators are incorporating technology experiences into the daily activities for their children. A small research project, which asked teachers to describe what they did and how they did it, has highlighted some interesting findings. This paper will describe case studies of four pre-school settings and some of the activities undertaken by the children - both as part of the formal program and through incidental play. It will consider these through a socia-cultural framework, noting how teachers used their understandings of play and children's cognitive development, to enhance children's understandings.
Field of Research
139999 Education not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective
970113 Expanding Knowledge in Education
HERDC Research category
E2 Full written paper - non-refereed / Abstract reviewed
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