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The ICT at Elementary School and Kindergarten

Reasons and factors for their integration

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About the Author:

Lúcia Amante (tp.ba-vinu@etnamalREVERSETHIS) - CV

Open University

Keywords
Development, Elementary school, Information and Communication Technology, Kindergarten, Learning.
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Amante, Lúcia (1970). The ICT at Elementary School and Kindergarten. Reasons and factors for their integration. Sísifo. Educational Sciences Journal, , pp. 43-56. Retrieved [month, year] from http://sisifo.fpce.ul.pt