JTIE 2009, 1(3):7-10 | 10.5507/jtie.2009.047

IMPORTANCE OF EVALUATING AND SELECTING DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE SOFTWARE FOR
VERY YOUNG CHILDREN

Mária KOŽUCHOVÁ, Miroslava VIŠŇOVSKÁ
Katedra predškolskej a elementárnej pedagogiky PdF UK v Bratislave, Račianska 59, 85106 Bratislava

This article presents theoretical background for the computer use in preprimary education. The authors of the article have established a set of teacher`s competencies based on foreign sources in English language and the professional experience of the authors. These teacher`s competencies are related to child-computer use in the teaching-learning process. This work was supported under KEGA grant No. 3/7127/09.

Keywords: preprimary education, computers in the teaching-learning process, teacher`s competencies

Published: December 1, 2009

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