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|Title:||Young Children Thinking and Learning With and About Digital Technologies|
Flannery, Quinn S
|Citation:||Stephen C (2014) Young Children Thinking and Learning With and About Digital Technologies. In: Robson S, Flannery Quinn S (ed.). Routledge International Handbook of Young Children's Thinking and Understanding. Routledge International Handbooks of Education, London: Routledge, pp. 345-353.|
|Series/Report no.:||Routledge International Handbooks of Education|
|Abstract:||This chapter is about the kinds of thinking prompted when young children engage with a broad range of digital technologies. It will consider the cognitive functions which educational games seek to develop and the social, emotional and meta-cognitive thinking that is associated with playing with technologies. The chapter will draw on empirical studies about young children learning and playing with technological resources and toys at home and in educational settings.|
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