- A fascinating book that challenges the widely accepted belief that learning with computers should be an integral part of young children's education.
- Drawing on international research the authors show that computers don't help young children learn more effectively and that emphasis on computer use may well be harmful to physical and creative development.
- Drawing from hundreds of school visits, studies and expert interviews, the authors paint a compelling picture of how our rush to use computers in schools has led to one of the most expensive and least helpful revolutions in the history of education.
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