The New Coviewing: Designing for Learning through Joint Media Engagement
December 8, 2011
Produced by the Joan Ganz Cooney and LIFE Centers, the report features case studies written by researchers and producers on the challenges and successes of bringing families together around newer forms of media. The design guide that follows offers essential advice to media producers also interested in engaging children, parents, grandparents, and educators in meaningful conversation and play in this digital age.
Contributors include: Brigid Barron, Erica Branch-Ridley, Mindy Brooks, Hillel Cooperman, Ashley Fenwick-Naditch, Shalom Fisch, Rebecca Herr-Stephenson, Carlin Llorente, Siri Mehus, Shelley Pasnik, William Penuel, and Glenda Revelle.
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