Why should teachers use information and communications technology (ICT) in their classroom practice? What contribution does ICT make to enhancing children's learning? How does technology fit with what teachers already know about teaching and learning and how can it be incorporated into everyday classroom experiences? This volume aims to support teachers in providing learning experiences for children through the use of information and communications technology. The focus throughout is on pedagogy and the authors draw consistently upon an educational perspective which emphasizes the socially and culturally influenced nature of learning. Interactions between teachers, children and computers are recognized as being at the heart of the learning process and practical guidance is provided as to ways in which teachers can incorporate ICT into their existing classroom practices.