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The current study explored the viability of tablet computers in early education. The authors first investigated the ease with which preschool children become acclimated to the tablet technology. Next, the authors examined this technology' effectiveness in keeping children engaged and motivated to draw as a means to implementing curriculum standards. The participants were forty-one children between 3 and 6 years who enrolled in three classrooms at northeastern United States. The results showed that as children developed ease with the tablet, their independence with the technology increased, resulting in more experimentation, and increased ability to use it to represent their thinking.
Updated: Mar. 22, 2011