In "Parental Guidance Suggested," CCT director Shelley Pasnik offers guidance on dealing with a flood of new portable tech devices in the home.
Shelley Pasnik looks back at the early days of kids and tech (circa 2007), and the end of iCarly, in the LA Times.
Dr. Katie Culp, CCT's director of research, writes about becoming a research scientist in the most recent issue of PSA.
CCT director Shelley Pasnik suggests co-viewing, active viewing, and other strategies for dealing with the #1 danger in children's bedrooms: TV!
Shelley Pasnik has some good news for parents worried about their young children's interactions with technology, in Kiwanis Magazine.
Dr. Bill Tally discusses research into differences in "technological capital" in American homes in Spotlight on Digital Media and Learning.
Our Ready to Learn research is cited in an article in the NAEYC's Young Children Journal.
CCT director Shelley Pasnik reassures parents of young children in an article in the Orlando Sentinel.
A new video demonstrating our work on the Possible Worlds project has been presented by Dr. Katie Culp to a meeting of IES project directors.
Dr. Peggy Clements is the author of an article on the Access to Algebra I study in this month's issue of THE Journal.
Dr. Daniel Light describes how principals can make their schools Web 2.0-friendly in the latest issue of Learning & Leading with Technology.
How do you create a badge system to reward "acts of resistence?" Our own Dr. James Diamond discussed that at the Games for Change Festival.
CCT director Shelley Pasnik describes ways in which parents can help kids use technology for learning in an article on the "World Education" blog.
Dr. William Tally discusses Mission US as part of a critical analysis of educational games on the videogame website Nightmare Mode.
CCT Director Shelley Pasnik is quoted in an article on technology, pedagogy, and the use of mobile devices in classrooms.
CCT documented the design, launch, and first year of operation of the P-Tech grades 9-14 school in Brooklyn, a model now expanding to Chicago.
The New America Foundation's "Early Ed Watch" blog gave kudos to our Ready to Learn research on Digital Learning Day.
Shelley Pasnik was a featured panelist at the Cooney Center's "New Coviewing: Designing for Learning through Joint Media Engagement" event.
CCT Director Shelley Pasnik is quoted in a newspaper article by a concerned reporter with a tech-savvy 4-year-old.