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Early childhood teacher education methods classes often emphasize the application of developmentally appropriate practices (DAP). In this paper, two contrasting classroom scenarios are provided to illustrate developmentally appropriate technology use (DATU), a new educational term coined by the authors. A five-element framework for guiding teachers toward DATU is explained.
Updated: Jun. 11, 2009
Impact of Case-Based Instruction on Student Teachers' Reflection on Facilitating Children's Learning
The purpose of this experiment was using case-based instruction during a seminar, for promoting practicum about facilitating children's learning. During the 6-week instructional period, two groups learned using case-based instruction plus traditional instruction, and one group studied the same curriculum using traditional instruction only. Trend analysis suggest that case-based instruction results in improved reflection about facilitating children learning.
Updated: Dec. 03, 2008