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Technology: Changing the Research Base on Young Children

Technology: Changing the Research Base on Young Children
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Author(s): Shannon Audley-Piotorwksi (University of Memphis, USA), Neha Kumar (St. Mary’s, USA), Yeh Hsueh (University of Memphis, USA) and Melanie Sumner (University of Memphis, USA)
Copyright: 2012
Pages: 22
Source title: Technology and Young Children: Bridging the Communication-Generation Gap
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Sally Blake (University of Memphis, USA), Denise L. Winsor (University of Memphis, USA) and Lee Allen (University of Memphis, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61350-059-0.ch005


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Technology has changed the potential for research of young children dramatically. Technology has allowed researchers to capture nuances of children’s interactions such as eye movement in infants, heart rate, and physiological reactions that researcher’s could never accurately track without the new technologies. Understanding the role of technology and the evidence of children’s development has opened new ideas about the capabilities of children. Teachers need to understand how these technologies are being used and how researchers support learning and development based on this new approach to information collection with young children.

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