As a parent, we are all fighting with our children as they are sucked on a tablet, tablet or smartphone through a video game or movie. We had a better chance of attracting Tom Cruise to the red carpet than our kids.
Today, the age of two is that iPads, primary schoolchildren are related to video games, and we all suffer (or live) the challenge of keeping high school away from the computer to eat enough food …  Technology is ubiquitous and drawing on children is obvious, but technology can help our children learn?
Technology is increasingly social, adaptive and personalized, and as a result it can be a fantastic educational tool. This means we need to create borders as parents.
Today, software combines children with online learning communities, monitors children's development through classes and games, and customizes each student's experience.
in elementary school, they probably know the technology well.
Learning technology at school
Schools are investing more and more in technology. The child's class has an interactive Smartboard, laptop, or other device, three ways to make sure that technology is used effectively.
Young children love playing technology with iPads and digital cameras. What do you think of early childhood professionals – and parents – before delivering these gadgets to kids?
Let's start at the beginning: what technology is in early childhood?
Technology can be as simple as a camera, recorder, music player, TV set, DVD player, or the latest technologies such as iPads, tablets, and smartphones used in child care centers, classrooms or home. as once, teachers told me, "I'm not doing technology." I ask them whether they have ever made a digital photo of their students, recorded a tape, a tape or a DVD, or listening to children to hear a story.
Teachers have always used technology. The difference is that teachers are currently using powerful tools such as iPads and iPhones in their personal and professional lives.
Technology is just a tool.
Teachers should not be used in classrooms or child care centers because they are good, but because teachers can do activities that support the healthy development of children.
Teachers use digital cameras – a truly creative way to engage children in learning. This can be all they need
However, teachers must be able to integrate technology in the classroom or the child care center as a social justice.
We can not assume that every child has a technique
The lack of exposure can widen the digital divide – that is, access to digital technology and those with no access – and limit the school's readiness and early success to certain children.
As every child needs to learn how to handle a book in early literacy, he must teach how to use technology, including its opening, operation, and how to care for it.
Experts are worried about technology being bad for children. 19659002] There are serious concerns about children spending too much time on the screens, especially the lives of children.
Today, very young children sit in front of TVs, play on iPads and iPhones. parents are making a photo for a digital camera with their own screen
It was just a TV screen
This was the screen we were worried about and we've been looking for 30 years.
We, as an area, about the behavior and learning of children, but we know very little about new digital devices.
The American Academy of Pediatrics discovers the duration of the screen for children younger than two years, but the NAEYC / Fred Rogers resolution slightly differs
It claims that technology and media should be limited, but most important is how used.
What is the content?
Is it deliberately used?
is development-appropriate enough?
As a parent, we need to be aware of the disadvantages of technology and the effects of vision, vocabulary and physical development. We also need to know about the general development of our children,
My advice to my counselors and parents is to trust her instincts. You know the child, and if you think you're watching the screen for too long, turn it off.
For us, as a parent, we must realize that the child's computer has time to reduce or limit interactions and play the game with other children and move them in a new direction. Encourage them to be physically active, get out and play.
An adult must also understand the child's personality and tendency to figure out that technology is one way of making a child choose to interact with the world
At the same time, cut yourself a bit.
We all know that things are better than kids in the older age of a child, but we know that childcare providers have lunch and parents need time to shower.
In such situations, the adult's job is to make technology time more valuable and interactive by asking questions and linking the child's virtual experience to the screen with real-life experiences in the world.
Learning Technique at Home
Whether you're giving your smartphone to your kids or having them entertain them, or the kids' favorite games on your iPad or tablet, there are eight ways to make your child's experience of technology educational and entertaining. 19659002] Focus on active engagement
Whenever your child is dealing with a screen, stop a program or mute advertisements and ask questions. What was the character? Why did this protagonist do it? What could you have done in this situation?
Allow duplicate DVDs and YouTube videos to add to the core component of young minds that repeat. Allow the child to watch the same video over and over again and ask him what he was seeing after each visit.
Tactics Unlike computers where the mouse manipulates objects on the screen, iPads, tablets and smartphones allow children to manipulate "physical" objects with their finger
Practice problem solving The emerging gaming category forces their children to solving problems while playing, potentially concentrating and developing analytical skills during the process; although the jury is still out. There are no clinical data that support the apps' marketing messages.
Encourage Creation Use technology to create and not just entertain. Her husband's child records a story about her iPod or sings a song into her video game system. Then, make a completely new sound using the playback options, slow down and speed up your voice, and add different backgrounds and punches until you've created something unique.
Show him how to use Several computer games have different levels and little children do not know how to move up or change levels. If your child is captured to a level that is too easy to ask, you can go up and help him if you want more challenges.
Ask why your child uses "bad" using an application or game so you can always ask them by pressing the wrong key. They may want to hear the noise the game makes when they get a bad question or they can get jammed and can not find out which group of objects matches the four.
game with technology. This is to be seen as a game rather than drilling skills.
Ask Your Own Check-In It often happens that school programs come with parental signage, enabling you to see your child's development. If this does not happen, get the reports that the teacher has access to. Then check your development for a few weeks. It is a great way for you and your child to be on the same side of their progress.
Ask about teacher training technology, which is often used in classrooms without proper professional development. If your child's classrooms use a whole-class system such as the Clickers or the Interactive Smartboard, ask them how to use it in the classroom and what kind of training the teacher has. "As a parent, you want to know that teachers feel good and use good 19459005.
Searching for Parent Resources One of the Best Ways to Help Technology Help Your Child Know It
Using Computers, smartphones and tablets do not disappear, but with some tweaking and consideration children can be productive, educational and entertaining in technological time.
Let's be honest, use mouse, open and close apps, and even browse the web when you are three years old
If you already have cognitive abilities, it's time to talk to your child about Internet security and Internet security rules about the type of media that is acceptable and carefully supports and monitors your child's technological use. 19659002] Tell your child never to share me your name, address, or personal information online or social media
child about what to do when the acr comes because of inadequate content (closes the screen and alert you) and make sure you have a good quality web filter and security system in place.
Help your child understand that technology is just one of the many tools of learning. Download Educational Games, Read Books and Continue Research When a child asks a question, conduct an internet search to find the answer
Before pushing the power off button, consider how to maximize your child's technical time at home and at school