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February 3rd, 2021

How do children learn from screen media?


Learning from Screens (Ages 1 – 4 years)

How do children learn from screen media?

We are studying young children’s ability to learn from screens like computers and TV. Your participation may help the design of screen content for children that supports learning.

WHO:

Children aged 1-4 years

Speaking English or French

Have access to a laptop / computer with a webcam

WHAT:

We are interested in young children’s ability to learn from screen media. Participation involves two sessions that will take place on Webex, a secure video conferencing platform, and the completion of a questionnaire about your child’s screen media usage and language.

The total time commitment is approximately 2 hours, but your child only needs to be present for 15 minutes during the second session.

This study is conducted by Dr. Aparna Nadig and Dr. Kristine Onishi at McGill University.

If you are interested or would like more information please contact poplab.scsd@mcgill.ca or visit our website: http://poplab.mcgill.ca/participate.php

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