Mitch Resnick: Sowing the Seeds for a More Creative Society
In this week’s connected learning webinar, we ask, how can we help young people learn to express themselves with new technologies so they can be active participants in tomorrow’s Creative Society?
About This Speaker:
Mitch Resnick directs the Lifelong Kindergarten group at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Media Lab, which specializes in developing new technologies to engage people (particularly children) in creative learning experiences. His research projects include Scratch, Programmable Bricks, and Computer Clubhouse.
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- Publication Date
- Tuesday, March 13, 2012