Emergent Computer Literacy

Author: Helen Mele Robinson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113589888X
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The United States is currently grappling with how to prepare our students to be computer literate citizens in the competitive technological world we live in. Understanding how children develop computer knowledge, and the ways that adults are able to guide their computer learning experiences, is a vital task facing parents and educators. This groundbreaking book is an attempt to fill a gap in current understanding of how we become computer literate and proposes a theory of how computer literacy skills emerge in computer users.

Information and Technology Literacy Concepts Methodologies Tools and Applications

Author: Management Association, Information Resources
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522534180
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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People currently live in a digital age in which technology is now a ubiquitous part of society. It has become imperative to develop and maintain a comprehensive understanding of emerging innovations and technologies. Information and Technology Literacy: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is an authoritative reference source for the latest scholarly research on techniques, trends, and opportunities within the areas of digital literacy. Highlighting a wide range of topics and concepts such as social media, professional development, and educational applications, this multi-volume book is ideally designed for academics, technology developers, researchers, students, practitioners, and professionals interested in the importance of understanding technological innovations.

Emergent Literacy

Author: Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027283230
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This edited volume constitutes the first serious, sustained examination of the study of children’s books for children aged from 0 to 3 with contributions by scholars working in different domains and attempting to assess the recognition of the role and influence of children’s literature on the cognitive, linguistic, psychological and aesthetic development of young children. This collection achieves a balance between theoretical, empirical, historical and cross-cultural approaches by examining the broad range of children’s books for children under three years of age, ranging from early-concept books through wimmelbooks and ABC books for small children to picture books that support the young child’s acquisition of behavioral norms. Most importantly, the chapters proffer new insights into the strong relationship between children’s books for young children and emergent literacy, drawing on current research in children’s literature research, visual literacy, cognitive psychology, language acquisition, picture theory and pedagogy.

Strategies for Developing Emergent Literacy

Author: Wilma H. Miller
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
ISBN: 9780072893724
Format: PDF, Docs
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The text discusses ways in which to prepare students for continuing literacy throughout their life as learners. Emergent literacy is part of the transactional model that says that all children have prior knowledge upon which they build, and continue building upon, throughout their lives.

Emerging literacy

Author: Dorothy S. Strickland
Publisher: Intl Reading Assn
ISBN:
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Contributors to this award-winning book share practical ideas for day-care workers, classroom teachers, and curriculum specialists. Special illustrated format features "Ideas You Can Use" with 2- to 8-year-olds in classrooms from prekindergarten through second grade.

Social Media in Emergent Brazil

Author: Juliano Spyer
Publisher: UCL Press
ISBN: 178735167X
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Since the popularisation of the internet, low-income Brazilians have received little government support to help them access it. In response, they have largely self-financed their digital migration. Internet cafés became prosperous businesses in working-class neighbourhoods and rural settlements, and, more recently, families have aspired to buy their own home computer with hire purchase agreements. As low-income Brazilians began to access popular social media sites in the mid-2000s, affluent Brazilians ridiculed their limited technological skills, different tastes and poor schooling, but this did not deter them from expanding their online presence. Young people created profiles for barely literate older relatives and taught them to navigate platforms such as Facebook and WhatsApp

Learning Social Interaction and Diversity Exploring Identities in School Practices

Author: Eva Hjörne
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9460918034
Format: PDF, ePub
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The main idea of the book is to contribute to a broader understanding of learning, identity and diversity by presenting actual research findings that were retrieved from classroom settings and related social practices. Learning is to a large extent an ongoing social process as both students and their teachers learn by being part of shared social practices through social interactions that facilitate learning gains. Sociocultural research shows that the organization of schooling promotes or restricts learning, and is a crucial factor to understand how children from a diversity of backgrounds profit from instruction. This is a first urgent issue to be considered by teachers and teacher education in our socio and culturally diverse society. A second issue is the on-going debate about learning as a process that involves the construction of identities in schools and classrooms, and in the transitions between school and home practices. Last but not least, since school practices can be addressed from the perspective of diversity and special educational needs an on-going discussion about optimizing pedagogical approaches is of main importance to allow maximum educational effectiveness. Our potential audience for this book are researchers, post-graduate students in education and psychology, teachers, teacher education, other academics and policy makers.

Technology as a Support for Literacy Achievements for Children at Risk

Author: Adina Shamir
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400751192
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Presenting cutting-edge studies from various countries into the theoretical and practical issues surrounding the literacy acquisition of at-risk children, this volume focuses specifically on the utility of technology in supporting and advancing literacy among the relevant populations. These include a range of at-risk groups such as those with learning disabilities, low socioeconomic status, and minority ethnicity. Arguing that literacy is a key requirement for integration into any modern society, the book outlines new ways in which educators and researchers can overcome the difficulties faced by children in these at-risk groups. It also reflects the rapid development of technology in this field, which in turn necessitates the accumulation of fresh research evidence.

Benchmarks in Distance Education

Author: Daniel D. Barron
Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
ISBN: 9781563087226
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This volume documents the history and growth of LIS distance education in 28 ALA-accredited programs.