Instructional Technology


Digital Devices and Hands on Learning:
The Osmo Learning System in the
Montessori Early Childhood Classroom

This example is a Case Study that would address the issue of introducing technology tools and learning into a traditional Montessori classroom environment. iPads and the Osmo Learning System where chosen for their appropriateness for the early childhood classes. Supporting evidence came from the context and an abundance of scholarly research about the media and issue specifically.

Digital Devices and Hands on Learning: Case Study

person playing with the osmo learning system on an ipad


An additional study was also conducted in advance of the above study to address the Networking & Communication needs of introducing iPads in a Montessori school-wide technology initiative.

View the Networking and Communications Case Study

 

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