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Designing Computer Environments for Young Children: Toward an Extension of Their Growth
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Educational Technology Volume 29, Number 12, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

Discusses roles that parents and teachers can perform to facilitate children's interactions with computers. Highlights include: (1) designing computer environments, including learner control, learning activities, and relating computer experiences to other learning processes; (2) adult interactions with children; and (3) observation and feedback roles that adults can develop. (eight references) (LRW)

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Swick, K.J. (1989). Designing Computer Environments for Young Children: Toward an Extension of Their Growth. Educational Technology, 29(12), 12-14. Retrieved September 27, 2023 from .

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