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The recent publication of the book ‘Infancia y transformación digital de la educación: Miradas Diversas’, edited by Dykinson and coordinated by Jesús Rodríguez Rodríguez Rodríguez, Manuel Area Moreira and Ángel San Martín Alonso, adds to the debate on the role of technology in children's education.

At a time when the integration of technology in the educational environment generates controversy, this book emerges as a guide to understand the challenges and opportunities facing early childhood education in the digital age. With the participation of leading researchers and practitioners in the field of Educational Technology in Early Childhood Education, the book offers a comprehensive analysis of the impact of digital technologies on children's development and learning.

The monograph addresses fundamental questions about the use of technology at home and in schools, recognising the complexity of the current landscape. From initial and in-service teacher training to the role of families in the use of digital resources, ‘Children and the Digital Transformation of Education: Diverse Perspectives’ provides a framework for reflection and meaningful answers.

With concrete examples of good practice in the use of digital educational resources, this book is an indispensable tool for academics, teachers and families interested in understanding and harnessing the potential of technology in early childhood education.

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