CULTIVATING PRESCHOOL STUDENTS' DIGITAL COMPETENCE THROUGH DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE SOFTWARE

Paraskevi Foti

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Technology can be a powerful and engaging tool for collaborative and creative learning, helping students and teachers to access, create and share digital content, and express themselves creatively. In this paper, we will try to refer to the cultivation of digital competence from a very early age based on research data and the developmentally appropriate use of digital tools and software based on learning theories by presenting an indicative map of digital tool use in the classroom based on the European reference frameworks DeSeCo and DigComp Edu.

 

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DeSeCo, DigComp Edu, developmentally appropriate use of digital tools, kindergarten

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejoe.v7i2.4257

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