By Anne Collier One year ago this month, its 3rd-through-6th grader designers launched the fifth and final iteration of Escape to Morrow, an open source digital game they
By Anne Collier This month the White House will hold its first-ever film festival for students – how cool is that?! The contest asks students in grades K-12 to submit short
By Anne Collier Chris Lehmann, founding principal at Philadelphia’s Science Leadership Academy, really sums it up: giving students “skin in the game,” as he
By Anne Collier Learning how to be present, attend to others, know what’s important in a given moment and stay focused on it has always been a vital part of growing up.
By Anne Collier Just as neither blackboards (technology) nor the words or numbers on them (media) weren’t the source of learning in the 19th century, digital devices
By Anne Collier The subhead of this post might be: “Writing code as an extracurricular activity” or Venturebeat‘s headline, “Why your 8-year-old