Education in the United States has undergone a dramatic change over the course of history. From meager beginnings of one room schoolhouses with students learning from hornbooks to today's modern schools and classrooms, teaching elementary aged children is remarkably different. One of the prime reasons for the change has been the introduction of computers in the classroom. When schools began to use computers and the Internet for teaching, it has opened up an entirely different world for young students. Instead of depending solely on books to learn new concepts and new curriculum, teachers now have the opportunity to have students use computers. Whether it is learning how to count or learning about scientific discoveries, teachers, students and parents have been using the computer more often to help supplement the way children are taught.
To help teachers, students and parents learn how to use computers to aid in advancing our education, we have collected a number of useful resources: