Description - Emergent Computer Literacy by Helen Mele Robinson
As more children are using computers at a younger age, it is necessary to understand how we can support their interactions for optimal experiences and learning. This book examines computer experiences of children living with their parents in the home setting. Robinson adds exceptional insight into how children become literate in a technological society and offers necessary tools for researchers and academics to understand how young children interact with computers both at home and in a school setting.
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(229mm x 152mm x mm)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Author Biography - Helen Mele Robinson
Helen Mele Robinson is Assistant Professor in the Education Department at CUNY, The College of Staten Island. She has published journal articles in Perspective: The New York Journal of Adult Learning.