How young is too young for a child to engage technology? At the Flint Hill School in Virginia, preschoolers use iPads to make picture books, Skype with penpals and practice spelling, but other schools say it's too soon and avoid electronics, according to the Associated Press.
But when it comes to technology in classrooms, doctors say moderation is key.
In the past, the American Academy of Pediatrics has advised parents to limit, or cut out altogether, the amount of television time for children under 2. The group adds it could contribute to language delays and disrupted sleep.
When it comes to iPads, doctors say the research just isn't there yet on long term effects to your child.
We want to know. At what age do you think technology should be introduced into the classroom?