A wonderful collection of computer activities for
children that support using technology at home.
An article from North Central Regional Educational
Laboratory (NCREL) with suggestions on how to use technology to support
meaningful, engaged learning for students.
Suggestions to help parents become seriously involved
in providing direct support and assistance in developing purposeful
History of the World Wide Web
A brief look at a 50-year history of the World Wide
Web from 1945 to 1995.
The Children's Partnership offers a guide to help
parents understand and navigate the Internet.
The U.S. Department of Education provides information
for parents to help make use of the on-line world as an educational
A summary of research findings that indicates the
various ways technology enhances learner outcomes.
Data backed by research showing how parents' involvement
in children's education directly affects student achievement in school.
Families, Strong Schools
Families Worldwide offers suggestions to improve schools
through strong family involvement.
The Southwest Educational Development Laboratory offer
specific criteria substantiating the benefits of using technology
to support and enhance student learning.
David Thornburg reports about different strategies
in using technology and how they affect on math scores.
A project of the National Association for the Education
of Young Children (NAEYC)Technology Caucus makes available articles
on technology use in early education, examples of best practices,
research , funding sources and Internet tips.
David Thornburg discusses his views on the web as
a promising tool for education.