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Adoption and use of technology in early education: The interplay of extrinsic barriers and teacher attitudes
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The increased access to, but continued under-use of, technology in education makes it imperative to understand the barriers teachers face when integrating technology into their classrooms. Expand
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Factors influencing digital technology use in early childhood education
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The current study uses path modeling to investigate the relationship between extrinsic and intrinsic factors that influence early childhood educators’ digital technology use. Expand
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Teens, Health and Technology: A National Survey
In the age of digital technology, as teens seem to be constantly connected online, via social media, and through mobile applications, it is no surprise that they increasingly turn to digital media toExpand
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Young children's screen time: The complex role of parent and child factors
Abstract Many children are spending more time with screen media than has been recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. There is evidence that parent television use is associated with higherExpand
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Contingent computer interactions for young children's object retrieval success
Seventy-two children, ages 30 and 36 months, participated in a hide-and-seek object retrieval game in one of three conditions: 1) playing an interactive computer game; 2) observing a video; or 3)Expand
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Parental Co-Use of Media Technology with their Young Children in the USA
Recent policy recommendations encourage parents to co-use media technology with their young children. However, we know little about what factors predict parents' co-use across the multiple types ofExpand
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The influence of TPACK contextual factors on early childhood educators' tablet computer use
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Tablet computers are increasingly becoming commonplace in classrooms around the world. Expand
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Measuring with Murray: Touchscreen technology and preschoolers' STEM learning
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Using a between-subjects experimental design, we sought to determine whether preschoolers could learn a fundamental math concept (i.e., measurement with non-standard units) from educational technology, and whether interactivity is a crucial component of learning from that technology. Expand
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Parent-child interactions during traditional and computer storybook reading for children's comprehension: Implications for electronic storybook design
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A storybook is a storybook, whether the story is presented on paper or electronically, although the ways in which parents and children engage with it may differ as a function of the platform. Expand
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Toddlers' Learning From Socially Meaningful Video Characters
Toddlers' performance on a seriation sequencing task was measured after exposure to a video as a function of the social meaningfulness of the character. Forty eight 21-month-old toddlers wereExpand
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