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Use of Microcomputers with Preschoolers: A Review of the Literature

Early Childhood Research Quarterly Volume 1, Number 3,


Concludes that (a) there is a lack of congruence between the actual research findings and the numerous "pronouncements and speculations" about microcomputer effects in preschool; (b) many methodological weaknesses limit the utility of research findings; and (c) little is known, empirically, about important process and outcome variables associated with preschoolers' use of microcomputers. (Author/NH)


Goodwin, L.D. (1986). Use of Microcomputers with Preschoolers: A Review of the Literature. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 1(3), 269. Retrieved October 15, 2019 from .

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