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Journal of Computing in Childhood Education

1993 Volume 4, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Effects of Gender on Preschoolers' Play and Learning in Logo Environments

    Alison Elliott

    Explored relationships among gender, play style, and skilled performance in LOGO computer-based tasks of four-year-old children. Found no significant gender differences in play styles and LOGO... More

    pp. 103-24

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  2. The Use of Computers to Enhance Science Instruction in Pre-School and K-3 Classrooms

    Robert E. Yager

    Reviews problems with the use of the computer for science instruction in preschool and primary school classrooms. Describes efforts by educators enrolled in the Iowa Chautauqua Program to adapt... More

    pp. 125-36

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  3. Mediational Elements in Computer Programming Instruction: An Exploratory Study

    Victor R. Delcros & Susan Burns

    Examined the effects of instruction in bridging and problem-solving strategy, 2 specific components of mediational instruction, on behaviors of 10- and 11-year-old children during LOGO programing... More

    pp. 137-52

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  4. Attending Behaviors of ADHD Children in Math and Reading Using Various Types of Software

    Mary Jane Ford

    Compared the effects of using various computer software programs on the attending behavior of children with attention-deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD). Found that the attention of ADHD children ... More

    pp. 183-96

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