Mitchel Resnick is an interactive media visionary. He directs the Lifelong Kindergarten research group at the Media Laboratory at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and develops technologies to engage people, particularly children, in creative learning experiences. In his presentation at Dust or Magic he shared his latest research and gave us an update on Scratch, the programming language he and his team developed. I made a video of his presentation and also covered Scratch in this post when it was released to the public earlier in the year.
21st century skills art augmented reality Business Business & Marketing Business & Marketing change comedy conferences Culture & Society dust or magic Ed Tech Ed Tech education Educational Technology education reform Featured gamer centered design games Games & Sims Games & Simulations Games & Simulations humor innovation iPhone mashup MMOG Next Tech Next Tech personal identity PEW Serious Games & Simulations social media Social Media statistics teaching and learning The Biosphere trends twitter user generated content video video games virtual worlds web video wordpress