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ERIC Number: ED414686
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1996
Pages: 77
Abstractor: N/A
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ACTTive Technology, 1996.
ACTTive Teachnology, v11 n1-4 Win-Fall 1996
Four issues of this newsletter published by Project ACTT (Activating Children Through Technology), an Early Education Program for Children with Disabilities Outreach Project on educational technology, include the following major articles: "Computer Applications and Young Children with Disabilities: Positive Outcomes" (Patricia Hutinger); "Project ELIPSS (Emergent Literacy Instructional Program and Support Services) To Broadcast Six Interactive Satellite Programs Focusing on Literacy"; "Where There's a Will, There's a Way: Successful Technology Integration: One School's Story" (Letha Clark); "Building Access Bridges with Help from Technology" (Jennifer Bosworth); "Project ECCTS [Early Childhood Comprehensive Technology System]: Putting It All Together" (Robert Rippey); "What Can You Do with Spiders and Ducks?" (Judy Potter and Amy Betz); "Project ACTT Reports Outreach Survey Results"; "Portfolios in the Early Childhood Classroom"; "Imagine It! Do It! Create Software Unique to YOUR Classroom!" (Carol Bell); "Technology that Works: A Research to Practice Approach" (Robert Rippey); "Using Nursery Rhymes and Song Lyrics with Emergent Readers" (Kathy Barclay); and "Curriculum Guide Enhances Software's Focus on Art Activities, Museum Exploration." Also included in each issue are numerous product reviews and announcements, editorials, suggestions for classroom activities, and a conference calendar. (DB)
Macomb Projects, 27 Horrabin Hall, 1 University Circle, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL 61455; telephone: 309-298-1634; fax: 309-298-2305 ($16 per year).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Western Illinois Univ., Macomb.