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  Children’s Technology Review May 2016 Volume 24, No. 5, Issue 194 ISSUE PREVIEW (Full issues are by available by subscription). Our May 2016 issue contains reviews and summaries ...
  Children’s Technology Review April 2016 Volume 21, No. 4, Issue 193 THIS IS A SUMMARY OF APRIL ISSUE. Paid pro subscribers have full access to articles. Subscriptions  cost ...
Children’s Technology Review March 2016 Volume 21, No. 3, Issue 192 MAGICAL EXAMPLES: Announcing the Winners of the 2016 BolognaRagazzi Digital Award The jurors have spoken and ...
The chart was called “Nice Touch” and it remained within reach of any discussion or demo during the recent three-day language and literacy retreat at the Highlights Foundation. For ...
I recently stumbled upon four credos, each from a unique point of view, related to raising children. We all know — raising a child isn’t easy. These words help us that ...
by Warren Buckleitner First a disclosure. I am an admitted addict to my mobile phone. If it’s not in my pocket, I feel out of touch, and can start feeling withdrawal symptoms ...
  Note that this is an excerpt from an 2014 article in CTR. Watch the John Cromie video before you start reading http://youtu.be/R82og144EG8. John’s story, called “the publisher, ...
Learn to Program With Minecraft ($30, Dec. 15, 2015, 320 pages from No Starch Press) Review by Matthew DiMatteo, CTR Staff A more accurate title for this book might be “Learn ...
On March 1, 2016, the Bologna Children’s Book Fair announced the results of the 5th Annual BolognaRagazzi Digital Award: a global search for excellence and innovation in digital children’s ...
February is always an exciting month for children’s technology. We have an idea about what’s coming now that CES and Kids at Play are behind us, but we know there’s more to ...
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