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Children’s Technology Review May 2015 Volume 23, No. 5, Issue 182   The full issue is available by subscription only. Click here to subscribe.       App store rating techniques: ...
I recently stumbled upon one of my favorite child development articles from the Journal of Polymorphous Perversity, 2 (2), 3-7. At the risk of duplicity, I’m reposting the entire ...
Download this as a PDF. Last weekend at the Mediatech Foundation in Flemington, the first annual Makersday was held. Over 200 local residents came to the second floor of the Flemington ...
A fictional conversation at MIT in Cambridge, MA by Warren Buckleitner, Children’s Technology Review.  April 2015 Volume 23, No. 4, Issue 181. Download the page as a PDF. It’s ...
Children’s Technology Review April 2015 Volume 23, No. 4, Issue 181 >> Subscribe to download the issue << News and Trends An App Done Well: My Very Hungry Caterpillar Here’s ...
Here’s some Theoretical Frameworks for Children’s Interactive Media. Technology and Digital Media in the Early Years: Tools for Teaching and Learning, from the book “Technology ...
Last February, a small group of judges met in a small darkened room, deep inside in the Italian headquarters of the Bologna Children’s Book Fair, to debate and select the winners ...
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By Warren Buckleitner It took a rogue pediatrician in Utah to inspire this article.  You see, for Dr. Nygaard, an app is like a toxin. But others might see this same app as a tutor, ...
Children’s Technology Review February 2015 Volume 23, No. 2, Issue 179   — THIS IS PREVIEW CONTENT. THE FULL ISSUE IS AVAILABLE TO PAID SUBSCRIBERS  ($59/YEAR)– Visit ...
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