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“Perfecting the world is our task, in whatever way we choose to do it.” Dr. Arella J. Lehrer, President of Legacy Interactive, from her Facebook birthday greeting. New parents used ...
By Warren Buckleitner “No screens 1 hour before bedtime, and remove devices from bedrooms before bed.” From the AAP’s new guidelines.   The American Academy of Pediatrics ...
Increasingly, children are exposed to digital experiences specifically designed to manipulate them for commercial reasons. It’s unrealistic to think it can be changed. However, it ...
Editor’s Note: This article was originally posted in the June 2016 issue of Children’s Technology Review. Subscribe to get access to the latest articles.  What is the ...
For the last 20 years I’ve had one of the best jobs in the world, serving as the Coordinator for the BolognaRagazzi Digital Award (BRDA) http://childrenstech.com/bolognaragazzidigital  The ...
A Survey of Apps, Toys and Sites for Learning to Code By the CTR Editors and Reviewers http://bit.ly/childrencode “I fell in love with the gears. This is something that cannot ...
“The world lost an amazing wit, intellect, inventor, bricoleur, scholar, freedom fighter, and friend with the passing of Seymour Papert. He was arguably the most influential educator ...
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 addicted to my mobile phone. If it’s not in my pocket, I feel out of touch, and can start feeling withdrawal symptoms that include ...
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