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Who Plays Which Games? And What Does That Say About Our Culture?

by Jordan Shapiro
October 20, 2016

The Joan Ganz Cooney Center’s newest Digital Games and Family Life infographic looks at the game genres and titles that kids and their families play. Not surprisingly, there seems to be a generational gap. There is also a curious gender distinction. When it comes to age, puzzle/strategy games, first person … 

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AJC Research2Practice Series: Calling All Producers

by Aaron Morris, EdM

The Aprendiendo Juntos Council (AJC) is a multi-disciplinary consortium of researchers, practitioners, policy-makers, and producers who are working to better understand how Hispanic-Latino families with young children use media and technology in their daily lives for work, education, and play. The AJC is proud to present the Research2Practice (R2P) series, … 

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Digital Games and Family Life

Once a novelty restricted to arcades, video games have become a deeply embedded part of our lives. As digital game platforms have become increasingly more affordable and more accessible over the past forty years, it has become clear that games aren’t just fun to play, but can motivate people of … 

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2016 NAEYC Annual Conference

2 - 5 Nov 2016 | Los Angeles Convention Center

The 2016 NAEYC Annual Conference November 2-5 will bring educators from across the country and around the world to Los Angeles, CA to participate in hundreds of well-planned workshops, seminars, and presentations on the latest research and information on early childhood development. Join Michael Levine and Lisa Guernsey, authors of Tap, … 

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