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Technology            

in the Lives of   

Unschoolers

                                 





Screen Time

​Roxana Sorooshian | SandraDodd.com


SKYRIM

HEATHER | TODAY WAS AMAZING


Tech Support - How to Plug Your Kids In

Michele James-Parham | Natural Attachment

Unschooling: Embracing the All of it

Stephanie | Ordinary Life Magic


If You Give A Boy A Video Game - Learning to Spell

Rebecca | Down a Rabbit Trail


Digital Learning: The Key to Knowing

Amy | Unearth and Fathom


Video Games are awesome. Just Get over it

Jo | Unbounded Ocean


THere Is No Scarcit: Unschooling

Amy | On Bradstreet


Understanding the Shine

Priya | Flights of Fancy


Unschooling and Access to the Media

Idzie | I'm Unschooled. And Yes, I can write.


It's SO Not Just a game

Shannon | Breaking Daylight


On TV and Videogames

Marcy | The Peregrine Falcon Academy - Our Adventures in Unschooling


Let's Talk about Tech baby

Shannon | Breaking Daylight


What is Art? asked Jesting Pilate who would not stay for an answer

Frank | Singularity


Being a Role Model for my son

Heather | Today Was Amazing


ARTICLES ON VALUE OF VIDEO GAMES:


The Literacy of Gaming: What Kinds Learn from Playing  By Aran Levasseur

PBS.org  

The Many Benefits, for kids, by Playing Videogames by Peter Gray

Psychology Today 

How Videogames Like Minecraft Actually Help Kids Learn to Read by Clive Thompson

Wired

Is Minecraft The Ultimate Educational Tool?
Good News for Gamer

How Video Games Change the Brain by Lydia Denworth

The Scientific American

9 Ways How Videogames Can Actually Be Good for You by Drew Guarini

Huffington Post

Video Games May Treat Dyslexia by Michele Solis

Scientific American

Playing an Active Video Game Reduces Gender Differences in Spatial Cognition by Jing Feng, Ian Spence and Jay Spratt

Psychological Science

Playing Action Videogames Can Boost Learning, Study Says 

Science Daily

Videogames and Learning

University of Wisconsin

The Effects of Video Game Playing on Attention, Memory, and Executive control

Science Direct (Research Paper)

Study Finds Gamers are Better Learners by Justine Alford

IFL Science


The Many Benefits of Videogames

Sandra Dodd's website hosts a huge collection of article links about the benefits of playing videogames