Mitchel Resnick—on the power of Papert's ideas for learning.
What do children think about machines that think?
Scratch Day @ MIT was one of over 1,110 such events around the world in May.
Mitch Resnick explains how Papert’s ideas informed his thinking about children, learning and technology forever.
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Sherry Turkle in conversation with Lifelong Kindergarten Director Mitchel Resnick.
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Seymour Papert’s ideas about children, computers, and learning inspired many.
Thinking about Thinking about Seymour celebrated the ideas and research of Seymour Papert.
New graduate student fellowship program announced at Media Lab event celebrating the life and work of Seymour Papert.
An innovative robotic kit that provides a hands-on learning experience to actively engage children.
An innovative robotic construction kit for children.
Google is teaming up with MIT's Media Lab to create Scratch Blocks, an updated version of the kid-centric programming language.