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Sandbox Summit 2014

by Administrator
March 24, 2014

Sandbox Summit, an idea forum focused on the intersection of play, learning and technology invites educators, researchers, developers, and innovators of kid-centric media to this annual event at MIT. Presented by MIT’s Comparative Media Studies and Education Arcade, Sandbox Summit@MIT will highlight some of the minds behind – and in … 

Building Skills from Scratch

by Aaron Morris
July 30, 2012

When it comes to digital media for kids, there is no lack of options in terms of what kids are consuming. From television, to computer games, to e-books, apps, and so much more, children are consuming media in constantly expanding ways. In such an increasingly crowded digital landscape, it’s important … 

Talking Tech: Kids, Interactivity, and Creativity

by Melissa Morgenlander, PhD.
September 20, 2010

Guest post by Melissa Morgenlander, PhD. Last Wednesday, September 15th, Gary Goldberger presented his most recent projects at event, to a packed audience at Teachers College, Columbia University. Gary is President and Co-Founder of FableVision – a transmedia “social change agency” dedicated to helping all learners reach their full potential.  … 

Recharging at TED

by Michael H. Levine
June 2, 2010

Reprinted from the February 2009 Cooney Center Bits Newsletter: I had the pleasure of attending my first TED conference earlier this month in its new Long Beach, CA venue. I have watched TED talks over the years, but before founding the Cooney Center had not thought much about participating in the …