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A typology for observing children’s engagement with ebooks at preschool

Posted on 23 Aug 2012 with 0 comments
Early childhood Electronic books Engagement and performance Pedagogy

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This research reports a two-phase descriptive study of young children’s engagement with ebooks conducted in Head Start classrooms. Phase 1 focused on the development of a typology as an analytic framework for observing engagement with ebooks in different formats and across devices. Phase 2 applied the typology to a comparable classroom sample to obtain descriptive observations of children’s engagement with ebooks.


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