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From computational thinking in the classroom to the latest tracking tools for nurseries – this report ticks every box when it comes to using technology in the early years.
There’s no escaping the ever-growing influence of digital devices on our daily lives, but how should this be reflected in early years settings? Where does the balance lie between ‘enough’ and ‘too much’ technology’ in the classroom? Are the wide range of software and hardware solutions available worth the investment, or an unnecessarily complicated alternative to tried-and-trusted methods?
You’ll find the answers to all these questions and more in this free guide.
Read how to offer children appropriate and meaningful experiences of different types of ICT, from tablet computers to programmable robots, and get tips on ensuring your management team are using their computer equipment safely.
Plus discover the pros and cons of adopting e-learning journals and using social media as a CPD tool, and get advice on investing in CCTV and door-entry systems.
A quick look at the key themes covered within this report:
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