Planet Preschool BlogJosh Selig, Little Airplane president and veteran producer, invites input on preschool TV from around the globe. Join the conversation.
Out of the Sandbox BlogToy and kids media expert Wendy Smolen looks at the new, best, brightest (and worst) products of play and technology. Join the conversation.
Kids Got Game BlogGame designers Carla Engelbrecht Fisher, Ed.D and Anne Richards dish on what it takes to make engaging, developmentally appropriate interactive experiences for kids and preschoolers. Join the conversation.
Hey, Digital Geek!Digital media expert Lianne Stewart helps kids content creators navigate and evaluate the maze of emerging platforms. You can ask her anything.
Bridging The GapPlayCollective's PlayVangelist David Kleeman (and colleagues) seek ways to connect two communities that love children and media: content creators and academic researchers. Join the conversation.
After attending the HATCH conference, blogger Wendy Smolen shares her biggest takeaway – great ideas always start with passionate people. And each person has a story. She shares the story of Mike North, an industry vet at Discovery Digital currently working on In the Making, a new show on YouTube.
Why You Should Be Paying Attention to BrainPOP (including Classroom, Inc.’s new game After the Storm!)BLOGS / Kids Got Game
For the past year and a half I’ve been leading the team creating After the Storm, a new learning game at Classroom, Inc. Last week brought an exciting new development, as we launched a short, standalone version of the game, After the Storm: Day One on BrainPOP’s GameUp. In this post, I explain why anyone who’s interested in learning games (or education in general) should be paying attention to what BrainPOP is doing and learning from its approach.
Blogger David Kleeman shares the latest research on female characters in popular movies.