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The Computer Clubhouse

The Computer Clubhouse

constructionism and creativity in youth communities

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Published by Teachers College Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer Clubhouse,
  • After school programs,
  • Urban youth -- Education,
  • Computer-assisted instruction

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Yasmin B. Kafai, Kylie A. Peppler, Robbin N. Chapman ; foreword by Rosalind Hudnell ; foreword by Barton Hirsch.
    SeriesTechnology, education-connections
    ContributionsKafai, Yasmin B., Peppler, Kylie A., Chapman, Robbin N.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC34 .C65 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23165501M
    ISBN 109780807749890, 9780807749906
    LC Control Number2009006990

    The Computer Clubhouse: Constructionism and Creativity In Youth Communities. Teachers College Press. Summary. This book is about the Computer Clubhouse -- the idea and the place -- that inspires youth to think about themselves as competent, creative, and critical learners.   Bailey's Book House was released on June , and stars the cat Bailey. It primarily focuses on reading, playing with words and phonics divided into nine different activities (seven in earlier.

    The Clubhouse Environment The Computer Clubhouse will be located in a 1, square-foot dedicated space on the ground floor of The Computer Museum. The Computer Museum, which shares a building with The Children's Museum, is readily accessible by public transportation. Unlike a standard computer classroom laboratory (equipped only with desks and.   This book is about the Computer Clubhouse—the idea and the place—that inspires youth to think about themselves as competent, creative, and critical learners. So much of the social life of young people has moved online and participation in the digital public has become an essential part of youth identities.

      The Computer Clubhouse at Gum Springs Community Center offers about underserved children in the Mount Vernon area the chance to learn cutting-edge software and computer skills, filmmaking. What they do have, though, is a clubhouse. The Computer Clubhouse was established in by The Computer Museum and Professor Mitchel Resnick of the MIT Media Laboratory. It's an environment where kids have the support they need to become confident learners who direct their own projects on computers.


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This book is about the Computer Clubhouse ― the idea and the place ― that inspires youth to think about themselves as competent, creative, and critical learners. So much of the social life of young people has moved online and participation in the digital public has become an essential part of youth identities.5/5(4).

In Unlocking the Clubhouse, social scientist Jane Margolis and computer scientist and educator Allan Fisher examine the many influences contributing to the gender gap in computing. The book is based on interviews with more than computer science students of both sexes from Carnegie Mellon University, a major center of computer science Cited by: In Unlocking the Clubhouse, social scientist Jane Margolis and computer scientist and educator Allan Fisher examine the many influences contributing to the gender gap in computing.

The book is based on interviews with more than computer science students of both sexes from Carnegie Mellon University, a major center of computer science. This book is about the Computer Clubhouse--the idea and the place--that inspires youth to think about themselves as competent, creative, and critical learners.

So much of the social life of young people has moved online and participation in the digital public has become an essential part of youth identities. The Computer Clubhouse makes an important contribution not just in local Cited by: This book, as a whole, is an excellent introduction for readers (like myself) who were previously unaware of what exactly the Computer Clubhouse is, and the impact it has had on its young members worldwide.4/5.

volunteering at the Computer Clubhouse—and learning to use computers—might lead to a good job. Mike shrugged: “Whatever.” On Mike’s first visit to the Clubhouse, staff member Noah Southall showed him how to use a digital camera to capture one. The Clubhouse Network: Where Technology Meets Imagination is a free out-of-school learning program where young people (ages 10–18) from underserved communities work with adult mentors to explore their own ideas, develop new skills, and build confidence in themselves through the use of technology.

Founded as the "Computer Clubhouse" inThe. This book is about the Computer Clubhouse — the idea and the place — that inspires youth to think about themselves as competent, creative, and critical learners. So much of the social life of young people has moved online and participation in the digital public has become an essential part of youth identities.

This book is about the Computer Clubhouse—the idea and the place— that inspires youth to think about themselves as competent, creative, and critical learners. So much of the social life of young people has moved online and participation in the digital public has become an essential part of youth identities.

The Computer Clubhouse. This book showcases research by scholars and evaluators that have documented and analyzed the international Computer Clubhouse Network, and considers the implications of their findings in the context of what it means to prepare youth to meet the goals of the 21st Century.

The Computer Clubhouse is a worldwide network of digital literacy programs in after-school settings. The first clubhouse program started in at the Boston Computer Museum, an outgrowth of the work being done at the MIT Media Lab by Mitchel Resnick and Natalie Rusk.

Bythere were more than one hundred clubhouses world wide. This book is about the Computer Clubhouse -- the idea and the place -- that inspires youth to think about themselves as competent, creative, and critical learners. Unlocking the Clubhouse book.

Read 34 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Understanding and overcoming the gender gap in computer sci /5. The Computer Clubhouse (organized by The Computer Museum in collaboration with the MIT Media Laboratory) grows out of this tradition, but with important differences.

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The first Clubhouse was established inas a collaboration between the Lifelong Kindergarten group and The Computer Museum (now part of the Boston Museum of Science). Four guiding principles were created to empower youth from all backgrounds to become more capable, creative, and confident learners.

's zoo allows children to interact with realistic zoo animals, including elephants, lions, monkeys, zebras, penguins, and more. Learn facts about each animal and read books, play games, and do puzzles and art activities for each one.

Your child can choose exotic tropical fish and other items to put in the Classroom Aquarium and. The Computer Clubhouse also reconceptualized the role of the coordinator. We conducted many interviews with coordinators, community organizers and network administrators to get a better sense on what a job description for clubhouse coordinator would be like - part social worker, youth support, art teacher, mentor - it's not a traditional role.

Kids eager learners at Computer Clubhouse Ashley Ferrell is using her drawing skills and Photoshop software to create a book of her art and writings. Antonio Zachery, Herschel Carter, Jason. About the Computer Clubhouse Founded in by the Museum of Science, Boston, in collaboration with the MIT Media Laboratory, the Computer Clubhouse is designed to empower youth from all backgrounds to become more capable, creative, and confident learners.

Grounded in research from the fields of education, psychology, cognitive science, and.