Teaching and Learning with Digital Photography: Tips and Tools for Early Childhood
"Get hooked on digital photography as a creative instructional tool for the classroom! This all-in-one guide shows teachers how to use digital photography successfully to assess and instruct young children. The author targets two important early childhood themes: using technology to enhance children's cognitive and social-emotional abilities, and fostering a sense of belonging in young learners who experience a special delight in seeing themselves and their environment in photos. Written for early childhood educators, this comprehensive guide offers practical, theory-based ideas for using digital photos to achieve effective classroom management, nurture language and literacy skills, and promote self-esteem in preschool, kindergarten, and primary students. A hands-on resource, this book helps educators: Learn the basics about software, hardware, and photography; Integrate photos into PowerPoint presentations and assessment portfolios; Use digital photography effectively across the curriculum; Communicate with administrators and parents through practical applications of technology. A CD-ROM containing more than 40 user-friendly forms and templates helps busy educators quickly and easily implement the strategies presented in the book."--Publisher's website.
Thousand Oaks, CA
digital photography, early childhood education, teaching, learning
Early Childhood Education
Good, L. (2009). Teaching and learning with digital photography: Tips and tools for early childhood classrooms. Corwin Press.