Using iPads to Teach Preschoolers Literacy Skills
Tablets can be an asset in any classroom– even in preschool. Find out how one program director is successfully using iPads to teach preschool students important literacy skills. Meghan McGinley-Crowe, Director of Education and Development at the Massachusetts early education center Little Sprouts, says iPads are one of the best ways to help young children build skills independently.
McGinley-Crowe is a Massachusetts Literacy Champion. The Massachusetts Literacy Champion Awards Program recognizes outstanding literacy educators, their practices and their programs. Learn more about McGinley-Crowe here.