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Young Children Using Computers: Planning Appropriate Learning Experiences
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Australian Journal of Early Childhood Volume 20, Number 2, ISSN 0312-5033

Abstract

Review identifies concerns and criticisms as well as research findings about young children's use of computers. Review is organized in terms of the child's needs in all developmental areas--physical, social-emotional, cognitive, and language--and implications of these needs for planning. Findings include support for enhanced cognitive development, self-image, fine motor skills, and attention span. (ET)

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Fatouros, C. (1995). Young Children Using Computers: Planning Appropriate Learning Experiences. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 20(2), 1-6. Retrieved October 20, 2019 from .

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