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信息时代下的儿童学习与发展:现状与趋势--[在线阅读]
郭力平, 李姗姗, 何婷
华东师范大学 教育学部, 上海 200062
起止页码: 81--94页
DOI: 10.13763/j.cnki.jhebnu.ese.2020.06.011
摘要
信息时代背景下,各类信息技术已经渗透在儿童生活的各个方面。适宜的信息技术有潜力成为支持儿童学习与发展的有效工具,但其中也不乏隐忧。研究发现:该领域研究热点为信息技术与儿童健康、儿童学习之间的关系,信息技术在家庭教养和教育场域中的应用,信息技术在特殊儿童干预中的应用;研究前沿包括电视与儿童发展的关系持续研究、信息技术适用年龄呈现的下延趋势、注重基于数据的科学实验研究等方面;此外,技术在早期儿童发展中的运用前沿演进呈现出时代性、循环性、递进性和多样性特点。未来研究可以进一步明确信息技术在早期儿童学习与发展中的定位,创新研究方法以提供可靠证据证明两者之间的关系,并进一步拓宽研究视野,以研究成果和实证研究推进技术的有效应用。

Children's Learning and Development in the Information Age: Present Situation and Trend
GUO Liping, LI Shanshan, HE Ting
Faculty of Education, East China Normal University, Shanghai 200062, China
Abstract:
In the information age, all kinds of information technology (IT) have penetrated into every aspect of children's life. Appropriate IT has the potential to become an effective tool to support children's learning and development, but there are also some misgivings. This study finds that attention is focused on the relationship between IT and children's health and learning, the application of IT in family education, and the application of IT in the intervention of children with special needs. Active research domains have the following features: the continuous research on the relationship between television and children's development, the age decrease of children applying IT, and the gradual emphasis on data-based scientific research. In the information age, the evolution of the research front of the application of technology in early children's development keeps up with the times and is circulative, progressive and diversified. Future research should further clarify the position of IT in early childhood learning and development; innovate research methods to provide reliable evidence to prove the relationship between the two; and further enlarge the research perspectives, so as to promote the effective application of technology with empirical research.

收稿日期: 2020-01-30
基金项目: 教育部人文社会科学研究一般项目“物联网技术背景下儿童在游戏中学习的评价研究”(17YJAZH026)

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