Tuesday, March 22
4:55 PM-5:15 PM
Scarbrough 4

Enhancing Self–expression among Early Childhood Learners through the Use of Digital Story-telling

Brief Paper ID: 48928
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    Temitope Olokunde
    Southern University A & M College
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    Albertha Lawson
    Southern University A & M College

Abstract: This study was aimed at investigating precisely the effect of using digital story telling tools on enhancing self-expression among early childhood learners. E-learning has become a central part of our daily living. It is a common sight to see people utilizing e-learning devices such as: laptops, tablet computers and smart phones in learning activities. These learning activities span through reading, writing, group chats and discussions, sharing multimedia content etc. The digital age brings a plethora of opportunities for the field of early learning. Storytelling has the potential to unleash creativity, engage and motivate learners, which in turn organizes information. Electronic devices help to remember important information that might be forgotten if delivered in other forms. Early childhood learners are at the stage of curious learning which drives their need to explore, discover and learn.

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