Monthly Archives: November 2018

The Time is Now: Investing Early in Our Children’s Future

by Isabelle Hau, US Education Investment Partner, Omidyar
Network Michael H. Levine, Chief Knowledge Officer, Sesame Workshop
Matt Glickman, President of Promise Venture Studio
November 26, 2018

Innovation in meeting the needs of young children is not a new thing. Head Start and Sesame Street were both born out of the War on Poverty in the 1960s, and Mister Rogers Neighborhood celebrated its 50th year anniversary this year. Notable progress in developing new practice and policy models has … 







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Immersive Media and Child Development

by Kiley Sobel, PhD
November 21, 2018

This past November 7 and 8, the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, Center for Science and the Imagination and the School for the Future of Innovation in Society at Arizona State University, and Dubit convened about 60 field leaders at the inaugural Future of Childhood Salon on Immersive Media and Child … 







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Computational Thinking in Storytime with Robots

by Claudia Haines
November 20, 2018

Claudia Haines, librarian at Homer Public Library in Homer, Alaska, describes a recent Storytime with Robots event that she hosted in which children and their parents had the opportunity to think about computational thinking along with early literacy. This post was originally published on Claudia’s blog, Never Shushed, and appears … 







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How Latino children in the U.S. engage in collaborative online information problem solving with their families

by Wendy Roldan
November 13, 2018

This guest post summarizes a research paper discussing how Latino children collaboratively search the internet with their adult family members to solve family needs. The research for this project began while Jason Yip was a Research Fellow at the Cooney Center in 2013-14, and has just been presented at the ACM Computer … 







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