Why Silicon Valley Wants Humanities Majors
The humanities aren’t dead in the digital age. In fact, they powered it. They’re helping us understand it. And they’re what let our young people hone their creative edge and succeed in it.
How Today’s Digital Media Helps Kids Find and Tell Their Stories
When kids learn how to create media, not just consume it, a world of opportunities opens up for them to share what matters in their lives.
Proposal Submission Deadline for DML2013 Quickly Approaching!
Ready your submissions- the DML2013 proposal deadline is coming up on November 6, 2012!
Local Pittsburgh Teachers Get Slimed This Saturday
The city of Pittsburgh is a great place to be a kid. Growing up in Pittsburgh means year-round sports games, long afternoons exploring wooded parks and field trips spent in planetariums, zoos and even submarines. But our best resource of all? Our people -- especially our teachers.
Note Takers Take Note of this New Product [ReadWriteWeb]
Evernote and Moleskine join forces to create a unique product that bridges the gap between paper and pixels.
Cool New Learning Tools – The Reading Rainbow App
The world of digital learning tools just got a dose of 90s nostalgia. Reading Rainbow’s rolled out with a new app for the iPad – one that was developed by LeVar Burton himself. For anyone who learned to read sometime during the last 30 years, this is obviously exciting news. For parents and educators, it […]
Domains Beat Diaries – Why You Should Let Your Kids Blog
Forget the diary -- buy a domain instead and let your kids blog!
5 Fun Ways to Jump Start Summer Reading
Summer reading is a little like eating broccoli. Kids who like it need no convincing, but those who don't? Getting them to change their minds is an uphill battle.
Are We Teaching Creativity or Killing It?
While it's easy to compare grades to see which students are falling behind in math class, creativity is a harder thing to measure.