Computer Based Early Childhood Learning

  title={Computer Based Early Childhood Learning},
  author={E. Nikleia and K. Despo},
  journal={EUROCON 2005 - The International Conference on "Computer as a Tool"},
This paper provides an example of how pre-service early childhood teachers incorporated computer technology as a tool to prepare and deliver various activities. The paper summarizes the barriers revealed throughout the implementation and the educational benefits of computer technology integration. Finally, it provides suggestions on how computer integration can be integrated in early childhood curriculum 

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