Monthly Archives: May 2020

Voices on the Future of Childhood: The Future of Digital Play

by Kiley Sobel and Catherine Jhee
May 21, 2020

For the third installment of this series, we asked experts to predict how children’s play will change in the coming months and years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But because there were even more voices we wanted to capture, we decided to create a second set of posts focusing on children’s digital play. We asked […]

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Andrew Przybylski: The Future of Digital Play

by Andrew Przybylski
May 21, 2020

For the fourth part of this series, we asked experts to focus their predictions on digital play by answering the question, “How will the way children play with digital media change in the coming months and/or years as a result of the coronavirus pandemic?” Opening the black box of digital play Andrew Przybylski, PhD, is […]

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J. Alison Bryant: The Future of Digital Play

by J. Alison Bryant
May 21, 2020

For the fourth part of this series, we asked experts to focus their predictions on digital play by answering the question, “How will the way children play with digital media change in the coming months and/or years as a result of the coronavirus pandemic?” A call for intergenerational and inclusive digital play J. Alison Bryant, […]

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Juan Rubio: The Future of Digital Play

by Juan Rubio
May 21, 2020

For the fourth part of this series, we asked experts to focus their predictions on digital play by answering the question, “How will the way children play with digital media change in the coming months and/or years as a result of the coronavirus pandemic?” Virtual library spaces to connect children Juan Rubio is the Digital […]

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Jordan Shapiro: The Future of Digital Play

by Jordan Shapiro
May 21, 2020

For the fourth part of this series, we asked experts to focus their predictions on digital play by answering the question, “How will the way children play with digital media change in the coming months and/or years as a result of the coronavirus pandemic?” Kids will demand authenticity through digital play Jordan Shapiro, PhD, is […]

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Katie Salen Tekinbaş: The Future of Digital Play

by Katie Salen Tekinbaş
May 21, 2020

For the fourth part of this series, we asked experts to focus their predictions on digital play by answering the question, “How will the way children play with digital media change in the coming months and/or years as a result of the coronavirus pandemic?” A call for caring and care-full play communities Katie Salen Tekinbaş, […]

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Tami Bhaumik: The Future of Digital Play

by Tami Bhaumik
May 21, 2020

For the fourth part of this series, we asked experts to focus their predictions on digital play by answering the question, “How will the way children play with digital media change in the coming months and/or years as a result of the coronavirus pandemic?” The future of play is…bringing the world together As VP of […]

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Jesse Schell: The Future of Digital Play

by Jesse Schell
May 21, 2020

For the fourth part of this series, we asked experts to focus their predictions on digital play by answering the question, “How will the way children play with digital media change in the coming months and/or years as a result of the coronavirus pandemic?” Parents and kids will learn to play together Jesse Schell is […]

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Mitchel Resnick: The Future of Digital Play

by Mitchel Resnick
May 21, 2020

For the fourth part of this series, we asked experts to focus their predictions on digital play by answering the question, “How will the way children play with digital media change in the coming months and/or years as a result of the coronavirus pandemic?” Creativity, community, and kindness Mitchel Resnick, PhD, Professor of Learning Research […]

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Kids at Home During School Closure: Is Virtual Reality Helping Them?

by Géraldine Fauville, Marijn Mado and Jeremy Bailenson
May 18, 2020

Our colleagues at Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab are conducting a research survey to investigate the role of VR in educational strategies catered to children while families are sheltering at home as the COVID-19 pandemic progresses. If you are a parent or guardian of a child in grades K-12 and you have a VR […]

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