Organization: Children's Technology Review
Warren Buckleitner is an expert on children and technology. A former preschool, elementary and college teacher, he has provided testimony to the FTC and the US Congress and speaks at education and library conferences around the world. In 2003, he started contributing to the New York Times; today he covers kid’s technology for the popular Gadgetwise blog at. He also contributes to Scholastic Parent & Child, Parents, and he is the founding editor of Children’s Technology Review. He holds degrees in elementary education from Central Michigan University (Cum Laude), an MA in early childhood education (Pacific Oaks College) and a doctorate in educational psychology from Michigan State University. He is the founder of the Dust or Magic Institute on the Design of Children’s Interactive Media and the Mediatech Foundation, a non-profit community technology center housed in his town’s library, where serves as a Trustee. He is the coordinator for [email protected], a one day conference on children and technology that takes place at the Consumer Electronics Show that is home to the KAPi Awards. He and his wife share a home with too many animals and two teenage daughters. Buckleitner plays trumpet in a Dixieland Jazz band.