Kidgenuity: What We Can Learn from Kids Inventing Future Technology (Slides from RWW’s 2WAY Summit)By Kim Gaskins June 15, 2011
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Yesterday, Latitude’s founder and president, Steve Mushkin, presented on Kidgenuity: What We Can Learn from Kids Inventing Future Technology at ReadWriteWeb’s 2WAY Summit, alongside Vanessa Van Petten, founder of Radical Parenting, and Andrés Monroy-Hernández, lead researcher and designer of MIT’s Scratch online community. The session was moderated by Audrey Watters, writer for ReadWriteWeb and NPR’s education technology blog MindShift.
You can check out Steve’s slides on kids as tech innovators below, with findings from our latest multi-phase study, Children’s Future Requests for Computers and the Internet. (A PDF summary for that study is available for download here.)
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