Young learners are active, curious and motivated. Their learning environment should be filled with concrete and hands-on opportunities that engage them and inspire learning. Just as building blocks, pattern blocks and attribute blocks are tools used to explore and develop mathematical concepts, digital tools, such as netbooks, iPod touches, Roamer Robots, video cameras and interactive whiteboards can also enhance the learning in a primary classroom. Learn how digital tools support a learning environment that motivates students to be active, independent and reflective learners.
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