Yarosz, Donald Joseph
September 2007
Futures Research Quarterly;Fall2007, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p33
Academic Journal
The article discusses the importance of integrating interactive theater systems (ITS) into preschool learning areas. It outlines how preschool teachers and aides can work together with ITS in an imaginative and interactive manner to support child development. It is stated that the ITS system is not intended to become a theater system where content is beamed, but primarily be used to develop and extend the human experience.


Related Articles

  • OBSTÁCULOS PERCIBIDOS PARA LA INTEGRACIÓN DE LAS TIC POR LOS PROFESORES DE INFANTIL Y PRIMARIA EN EXTREMADURA. Casquero, Gerardo Barrantes; García, Luis M. Casas; González, Ricardo Luengo // Pixel-Bit, Revista de Medios y Educacion;jul2011, Issue 39, p83 

    This article, part of a much broader research, aims to present the perceived barriers to the integration of ICT in education by preschool and primaryteachers of the Autonomous Community of Extremadura (Spain). The results obtained by factor analysis of data from a sample of 567 teachers,...

  • Powerful Ideas. Weisburg, Hilda K.; Toor, Ruth // School Librarian's Workshop;School Begins 2005, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p2 

    Introduces a series of articles on the success of a library media program.

  • Top Ten Tech Upgrades for 2002. Tyre, Terian // District Administration;Jan2002, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p24 

    Lists the top ten ideas for educational technology upgrades in 2002. Extension of wireless services; Enhancement of computer security; Enhancement of network capacity; Upgrading of computers; Addition of video tools.

  • How to make successful technology connections in your media center. Anderson, Mary Alice // Book Report;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 13 Issue 2, Technology Connection p3 

    Offers tips to school media specialists how to make successful technology connections with teachers and students through media programs.

  • Knowledge Networks in the Education Enterprise. Woodell, Jim // Multimedia Schools;Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p48 

    Discusses the need to develop a 'knowledge network culture' in the education enterprise in order for the network applications to lead to success. Definition of knowledge network; First steps towards knowledge networks; Technology-based knowledge network applications for the education...

  • THE MEDIA LABORATORY. DiSanto, John D. // Education;Apr/May70, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p339 

    Focuses on multi-media approaches to instruction in the United States. Definition of multi-media instruction; Obstacles to the development of multi-media instruction; Technical aspects of multi-media instruction; Objectives of multi-media laboratories.

  • A Comparison of Developmental Gains for Preschool Children with Disabilities in Inclusive and Self-Contained Classrooms. Holahan, Annette; Costenbader, Virginia // Topics in Early Childhood Special Education;Winter2000, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p224 

    Two studies examined developmental outcomes associated with services in inclusive and self-contained preschool classrooms. In Study 1, the effects of classroom inclusion on the developmental and social growth of preschool children with disabilities were investigated on 15 pairs of children (N =...

  • Encouraging preschoolers' early writing efforts. Falconer, Leslie // Exchange (19460406);Nov/Dec2010, Issue 196, p84 

    The article presents a reprint of the article "Encouraging Preschoolers' Early Writing Efforts," by Leslie Falconer which appeared in the issue of "Exchange" magazine. It mentions the importance for teachers to foster early reading and writing skills for young children to support their emergent...

  • Developing Preschool Children's Socio-Emotional Abilities through Therapeutic Stories. Henter, Ramona; Chifor, Georgiana // Journal Plus Education / Educatia Plus;2015 Special Issue, Vol. 12A, p195 

    Nowadays constant change marks our children's development, they being increasingly overloaded by tasks. Their resources are not sufficient to meet the challenges, which can lead to emotional imbalances in the form of maladaptive behaviours, thus today's children are lonelier, angrier, more...


Read the Article

Other Topics