The model Participatory tools for transition - about the use of ICT in ECEC

The model Participatory tools for transition - about the use of ICT in ECEC

Lisa Gjedde at Aalborg University has developed the model “Participatory tools for transition”, which for example has been used in the project “Alt-Er App & Learning Resources – on teaching Socio-Emotional Skills”.

Last modified: 28.10.2019

The model has been developed to create a base of understanding of and address skepticism about the use of ICT in ECEC, while at the same time drawing important connections between self-created storytelling and valuable pedagogic intent. It lays out a process for using storytelling to validate and expand the potential of any ICT property.

The model consists of six areas, Creative and Narrative Explorations, School Family Communications, Artifacts as Prompts for Dialogue, Resilience through Socio-emotional Development, Developing Shared Dialogues, and Continuity Across Contexts.

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