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Shaocong Ma; Jingchen Li; Eva E. Chen – Early Education and Development, 2024
Despite the wide usage of screen media among young children, less is known about the relationships between children's screen time and their social competence development as impacted by family-related factors. Here, we investigated parents' engagement, children's screen time, and their social competence among Taiwanese Chinese children's families…
Descriptors: Young Children, Foreign Countries, Social Development, Mass Media Use
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Juan Li; Jingyao Wang; Bowen Xiao; Yan Li; Hui Li – Early Education and Development, 2024
"Research Findings": The Problematic Media Use Measure (PMUM) assesses young children's excessive or problematic media use. The current study aims to translate the original English version of PMUM into a Chinese version and validate it with Chinese preschoolers (ages 3 to 6). The instrument was translated, back-translated, pretested, and…
Descriptors: Translation, Test Validity, Chinese, Measures (Individuals)
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Rongrong Xu; Alfredo Bautista; Weipeng Yang – Early Education and Development, 2024
"Research Findings": Online Teaching Video Cases (OTVCs) are an increasingly utilized digital learning resource for training pre-service preschool teachers (PPTs). This study employed an integrated framework integrating the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and the Expectation Confirmation Model (ECM) to examine the factors that…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preschool Teachers, Electronic Learning, Video Technology
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Wenwei Luo; Huihua He; Jin Liu; Ilene R. Berson; Michael J. Berson; Yisu Zhou; Hui Li – Early Education and Development, 2024
"Research Findings": This study aims to explore the optimal roles, pressing challenges, and future developments of ChatGPT in early childhood education (ECE) by interviewing six expert professors from China and the United States. A content analysis approach that combined inductive and deductive coding was employed to analyze the…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Technology Uses in Education, Artificial Intelligence, Educational Technology
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Wenwei Luo; Huihua He; Hui Li – Early Education and Development, 2024
"Research Findings:" Digital leadership as an urgent and emerging topic has attracted public attention, but its nature, definition, and constructs have not been thoroughly explored for the Chinese culture. This study uses a grounded theory approach to examine how Chinese principles are utilized at "Model Level" preschools to…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Instructional Leadership, Principals, Administrator Attitudes
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Huihua He; Wenwei Luo; Ying Gong; Ilene R. Berson; Michael J. Berson – Early Education and Development, 2024
"Research Findings:" This study examined the financial literacy of 5 and 6-year-old children in Shanghai, including their understanding of financial concepts and their preference for and ability to use digital payment methods. Using a mixed-methods research design, a sample of children ranging in age from 62 to 73 months completed…
Descriptors: Financial Literacy, Foreign Countries, Young Children, Computer Use
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Boo Young Lim; Vickie E. Lake; Amber H. Beisly; Rae K. Ross-Lightfoot – Early Education and Development, 2024
Research Findings: This mixed-methods study utilized the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework to examine surveys, reflections, focus groups, and lesson plans from 22 pre-service teachers (PSTs) participating in two technology-rich courses. Following the completion of these courses, the results indicated a notable…
Descriptors: Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Technological Literacy, Preservice Teachers, Student Attitudes
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Tian Yang; Xiumin Hong – Early Education and Development, 2024
Research Findings: With individuals' increased access to information and communication technologies (ICT) in many places around the world, the definition of the digital divide has become more complicated than referring to differences in accessing technologies. As early childhood education (ECE) may impact children's life-long learning and…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Early Childhood Education
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Sian McDonald; Olga Fotakopoulou – Early Education and Development, 2024
Research Findings: Children are increasingly using touchscreen technologies at home, which has become a recurring feature within their classroom too. Research has investigated the potential effect of using computer-based tests to assess pupils' performance rather than traditional paper tests. An agreement has still not been formed about the impact…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Access to Computers, Disadvantaged, Mathematics Achievement
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Erin Ruth Baker; Rong Huang; Qingyang Liu; Carmela Battista; Jamie Gahtan – Early Education and Development, 2024
Research Findings: Research with older children and adults reliably demonstrates that individuals raised in poverty tend to evaluate concerns related to moral concerns (i.e., related to harm, welfare, and justice) differently than do wealthier individuals. However, little work has examined these patterns in young children. Children (N=214, Mage =…
Descriptors: Moral Values, Preschool Children, Poverty, Social Differences
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Hanne Røe-Indregård; Ellen Irén Brinchmann; Veslemøy Rydland; Meredith L. Rowe; Bente E. Hagtvet; Imac M. Zambrana – Early Education and Development, 2024
Research Findings: Although it is well documented that toy play and book sharing shape communication between adults and children in different ways, relatively few studies have compared teacher-child interactions in the two activities. The aim of this observational study was to describe and compare the conversational functions of teachers' and…
Descriptors: Toys, Sharing Behavior, Books, Teacher Student Relationship
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Chuchu Zheng; Yongping Yu; Juncen Lu; Yi Hou; Kexin Li – Early Education and Development, 2024
Research Findings: This national survey study aims to investigate the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on early development of rural preschoolers in China and compare the urban-rural gap. Participants were 11,282 rural preschool teachers recruited through the stratified random sampling method. They completed the survey online via wjx.com, the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preschool Children, Rural Schools, COVID-19
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Lynn S. Brann; Rachel A. Razza; Caitlin S. Smith – Early Education and Development, 2024
Research Findings: Early childhood is a critical period for the development of eating behaviors and novel approaches are needed to promote healthy food acceptance among preschoolers. This pilot study examined the feasibility and preliminary effectiveness of a 6-week mindful eating and yoga intervention targeting children's self-regulation of…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Intervention, Executive Function, Eating Habits
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Jin Kim; Hae Min Yu – Early Education and Development, 2024
Research Findings: Immigrant families who represent a growing share of the early schooling population face unique challenges related to involvement in their children's education. This study examined whether and to what extent home-based parent involvement and parental warmth are associated with the socio-emotional and academic outcomes of children…
Descriptors: Family Environment, Parent Child Relationship, Affective Behavior, Child Development
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Erica Kamphorst; Marja Cantell; Alexander Minnaert; Suzanne Houwen; Ralf Cox – Early Education and Development, 2024
A complex dynamic systems perspective was applied to explore how mother and child mutually shape interpersonal coordination. Applying a microanalytic design, this study examined the moment-to-moment interaction behavior of 39 Dutch mothers and their three- and four-year-old children (53.8% girls, predominantly White) during a collaboration task.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mothers, Preschool Children, Parent Child Relationship
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