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Beyond remote-controlled childhood : teaching young children in the media age / Diane E. Levin.

Levin, Diane E. (Author).
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  • ISBN: 9781928896982
  • ISBN: 1928896987
  • Physical Description: xii, 162 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
  • Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Association for the Education of Young Children, [2013].

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 151-162).
Formatted Contents Note: Introduction : taming the media in young children's lives -- Part I. Establishing a foundation for action. Remote-controlled childhood : an overview -- A developmental perspective on remote-controlled childhood -- A closer look at remote-controlled childhood : how media culture affects children -- Setting the stage : learn more about the media in young children's lives -- Part II. Helping children get beyond remote-controlled childhood in classroom settings. Problem solving with children : how one teacher helped the princesses and princes live happily ever after -- Helping children get beyond remote-controlled childhood : guidelines for practice -- Beyond remote-controlled play : helping children become creative players -- Addressing negative media content : violence, sexualization, commercialization, and more -- Beyond the screen : empowering children to take action in the real world -- Part III. Working outside the classroom to help children get beyond remote-controlled childhood. Teachers and families working together -- Community building for change : helping society get beyond remote-controlled childhood -- Conclusion : beyond remote-controlled childhood!
Summary, etc.: "The rapid expansion of screen media in children's lives, along with the widespread prevalence of media-linked marketing to children, can present challenges for early childhood teachers. Teachers need to understand how media culture is affecting children and families and to find effective ways to promote children's healthy development in today's media-saturated environment." - Cover p. 4.
Subject: Mass media and children.
Mass media > Study and teaching (Primary)
Mass media > Study and teaching (Early childhood)
Violence in mass media.

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