Teacher-Facilitated Microcomputer Activities: Enhancing Social Play and Affect in Young Children with Disabilities
Journal of Special Education Technology Volume 13, Number 1, ISSN 0162-6434
Comparison of 8 toddlers and 14 preschool special needs children who participated in teacher-facilitated computer play activities and 15 similar children whose curriculum did not incorporate computer activities found statistically significant differences favoring the experimental group for amount of simple and cooperative social play and positive affect. (DB)
Howard, J. (1996). Teacher-Facilitated Microcomputer Activities: Enhancing Social Play and Affect in Young Children with Disabilities. Journal of Special Education Technology, 13(1), 36-47.
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