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Computers and Young Children: A Review of Research

Young Children Volume 43, Number 1,


Reviews the research concerning young children's use of computers in terms of their social/emotional development (peer interaction and cooperation, peer teaching and helping, social and cognitive interaction, and attitudes), language skills (language development, prereading reading, and writing skills), and mathematical and problem-solving skills. (BB)


Clements, D.H. (1987). Computers and Young Children: A Review of Research. Young Children, 43(1), 34-44. Retrieved October 17, 2021 from .

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