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Kids Learning Math & Learning from Kids: Lessons from User Tests

Today we bring you the first in a series of STEM related blog posts — starting with last year’s Cooney Center Prize finalists for the Motion Math — Gabriel Adauto and Jacob Klein. Throughout the process of creating Motion Math, our bouncing star fraction game for the iPhone and iPad, we’ve greatly benefited from conversations […]

Welcome Our New Cooney Center Research Fellow, Dr. Becky Herr Stephenson!

The Cooney Center is thrilled to announce our new 2010-2011 Research Fellow, Dr. Becky Herr Stephenson. Becky received her Ph.D. in 2008 from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California. Her research interests include media literacy, teaching and learning with digital media and popular culture, and youth media production. Her dissertation, […]

90 of Tweens are Playing Online Games & Kids’ Mobile and Social Media Use is on the Rise

M2 Research and partner KidSay recently rleased the first in a semi-annually report series. Their first publication, Kids and Games: What Boys and Girls are Playing Today, shows a significant increase in kids’ online gaming and social media usage. 90 Percent of tweens are playing games online, with mobile and social media use on the […]