What is the cat doing? Supporting Adults in Using Interactive E-Books for Dialogic Reading

Stephanie Githa Nadarajah, Peder Walz Pedersen, Camilla Gisela Hansen Schnatterbeck, Roman Arberg, Hendrik Knoche

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Interactive e-books could provide a smart learning environment by providing adults with facilitation support for encouraging children to speak. To reap benefits for the adult reader and subsequently the children’s language de- velopment, such support must be seamless to use for the reader and not impair the main experience of joint reading. This paper investigated, by means of video interaction analysis, how facilitation support can improve dialogic reading of day- care caregivers. Facilitation support consisted of providing good words and dia- logic reading prompts on the top part of the screen outside the visual and textual story line of an interactive e-book. Ten caregivers with groups of two to three children between the ages of 22 and 48 months participated in the study. Care- givers in the facilitation support group used quality prompts more often than the control group. More prompting from caregivers correlated with more utterances from the children.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of SLERD'18 : The Interplay of Data, Technology, Place and People for Smart Learning
PublisherSpringer
Publication date2018
Pages146-158
ISBN (Print)978-3-319-92021-4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018
Event3rd International Conference on Smart Learning Ecosystems and Regional Development: The interplay of data, technology, place and people - Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark
Duration: 23 May 201825 May 2018
http://slerd.org/2018

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Conference3rd International Conference on Smart Learning Ecosystems and Regional Development
LocationAalborg University
CountryDenmark
CityAalborg
Period23/05/201825/05/2018
Internet address
SeriesSmart Innovation, Systems and Technologies
Volume95
ISSN2190-3018

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Nadarajah, S. G., Pedersen, P. W., Schnatterbeck, C. G. H., Arberg, R., & Knoche, H. (2018). What is the cat doing? Supporting Adults in Using Interactive E-Books for Dialogic Reading. In Proceedings of SLERD'18: The Interplay of Data, Technology, Place and People for Smart Learning (pp. 146-158). Springer. Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, Vol.. 95 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-92022-1_13
Nadarajah, Stephanie Githa ; Pedersen, Peder Walz ; Schnatterbeck, Camilla Gisela Hansen ; Arberg, Roman ; Knoche, Hendrik. / What is the cat doing? Supporting Adults in Using Interactive E-Books for Dialogic Reading. Proceedings of SLERD'18: The Interplay of Data, Technology, Place and People for Smart Learning. Springer, 2018. pp. 146-158 (Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, Vol. 95).
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Nadarajah, SG, Pedersen, PW, Schnatterbeck, CGH, Arberg, R & Knoche, H 2018, What is the cat doing? Supporting Adults in Using Interactive E-Books for Dialogic Reading. in Proceedings of SLERD'18: The Interplay of Data, Technology, Place and People for Smart Learning. Springer, Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, vol. 95, pp. 146-158, 3rd International Conference on Smart Learning Ecosystems and Regional Development, Aalborg, Denmark, 23/05/2018. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-92022-1_13

What is the cat doing? Supporting Adults in Using Interactive E-Books for Dialogic Reading. / Nadarajah, Stephanie Githa; Pedersen, Peder Walz; Schnatterbeck, Camilla Gisela Hansen; Arberg, Roman; Knoche, Hendrik.

Proceedings of SLERD'18: The Interplay of Data, Technology, Place and People for Smart Learning. Springer, 2018. p. 146-158 (Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, Vol. 95).

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Nadarajah SG, Pedersen PW, Schnatterbeck CGH, Arberg R, Knoche H. What is the cat doing? Supporting Adults in Using Interactive E-Books for Dialogic Reading. In Proceedings of SLERD'18: The Interplay of Data, Technology, Place and People for Smart Learning. Springer. 2018. p. 146-158. (Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, Vol. 95). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-92022-1_13