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One Head Start Classroom's Experience: Computers and Young Children's Development
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Young Children Volume 58, Number 4, ISSN 1538-6619

Abstract

Contends that early childhood educators need to understand how exposure to computers and constructive computer programs affects the development of children. Specifically examines: (1) research on children's technology experiences; (2) determining best practices; and (3) addressing educators' concerns about computers replacing other developmentally appropriate activities, difficulty levels, social effects, student control, and stifled creativity; and (4) teacher role. (SD)

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Fischer, M.A. & Gillespie, C.W. (2003). One Head Start Classroom's Experience: Computers and Young Children's Development. Young Children, 58(4), 85-91. Retrieved September 19, 2019 from .

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