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Developing a measure to understand young children’s Internet cognition and cyber-safety awareness: a pilot test

Posted on 17 Jul 2017 with 0 comments
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This study developed and pilot-tested an interview schedule that focuses on the Internet thinking and cyber-safety awareness of Australian children aged 4–5 years. The schedule shows potential to elicit children’s understandings of the Internet and cyber-safety awareness. Adjustments are required to allow more contextualised responses from children.


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