A teacher and software developer in Scotland is doing some education-technology trailblazing with iPads at this private, K-12 school.
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Retailers are taking advantage of back-to-school season to experiment with cellphone-based shopping, a growing trend but not quite mainstream.
Filling those in-between intervals of time with media, communication, and entertainment on digital devices may be the opposite of what our (and our children’s) brains need.
Parents need not be concerned that their Facebook-using kids could’ve been exposed to the hidden content on the site that led to arrests of child-porn operators.
To parent, educator, and graduate student Seann Dikkers, videogaming is a great parenting, teaching, and learning tool.
A dad writes about his experiences with a smart kid’s workaround, parenting gamers, and Xbox parental controls present and future.
90% of US 9-to-12-year-olds play online games, and Facebook (where some of that gaming happens) is the favorite Web site among boys 8-11 and girls 9-12.