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Gardner Interviewed by Faculti Media

Short interviews with Howard Gardner on his books The App Generation and Frames of Mind have been released by Faculti Media. Faculti Media is a company that produces concise videos of experts from across the academic landscape discussing their research and ideas. Watch Gardner’s two videos below via YouTube to learn more about his work on […]

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Is the “app mentality” killing creativity?

Katie Davis and Howard Gardner’s 2013 book The App Generation has been featured in an article from T.H.E. Journal (Technological Horizons in Education). In the detailed piece, Davis and Gardner outline the most salient points gleaned from the research that led to the book, including the tendency of today’s youth to see their lives as a […]

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Education Update Reviews The App Generation

Education Update, a monthly news magazine covering educational topics, has featured a review of Howard Gardner and Katie Davis’s book The App Generation in their March/April 2015 issue. Writer Merri Rosenberg covers some of the main points from the book in her review, including the conception among youth of life as a series of apps […]

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A Hush Falls Over the Crowd

Good Project researchers Emily Weinstein, Margaret Rundle, and Carrie James have published an article in the International Journal of Communication. Titled “A Hush Falls Over the Crowd?: Diminished Online Civic Expression Among Young Civic Actors,” the article reports on a longitudinal study that found that youth who reported their civic views on social media tended to […]

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The App Generation in Hong Kong

In November 2014, Howard Gardner travelled to Hong Kong to deliver two talks and to accept an honorary degree from the Hong Kong Institute of Education at the commencement ceremony celebrating that institution’s twentieth year.  During his visit, Gardner spoke with reporters about The App Generation, his book about the effects of digital media on youth, […]

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