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Katie Davis

Guest: Are apps becoming a human crutch?

By Katie Davis

Katie Davis, assistant professor at the University of Washington Information School, and Howard Gardner, professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, co-authored the book “The App Generation.” ...

Don’t Curb Your Creativity: Author Illuminates Limits Of The App Generation

Katie Davis is an assistant professor at the University of Washington Information School and co-author of a new book, “The App Generation.” Davis defines app-dependence as “when someone uses apps – and really any sort of new digital technology – as a starting point, a middle point ...

Apps and Intimate Relationships

By Katie Davis

The above is an excerpt from the book The App Generation: How Today's Youth Navigate Identity, Intimacy, and Imagination in a Digital World by Howard Gardner and Katie Davis. The above excerpt is a digitally scanned reproduction of text from print. Although this excerpt has been ...

OpEdNews Article: How Smart Phone Apps Are Changing a Generation: Howard Gardner and Katie Davis I

Katie Davis is assistant professor, University of Washington Information School, where she studies the role of digital media technologies in adolescents' lives. K.D.: Okay sure, was there a particular place that you wanted to go with the Three I's? R.K.: Well why don't you start off by ...

Rallying Women to STEM Careers Microsoft Research Connections Blog

Katie Davis, an assistant professor at the University of Washington Information School, discussed how digital media technologies like Facebook, Twitter, and smartphones have altered the contexts in which young people grow up. She focused on three key areas: young people's identity ...

MediaShift . Online Privacy: Kids Know More Than You Think

\"Tweens value privacy, seek privacy from both strangers and known others online, and use a variety of strategies to protect their privacy online,\" wrote researchers Katie Davis and Carrie James, who conducted in-depth interviews with 42 middle-school students for the study. \"Tweens' ...

Dispelling the myths about our youths

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A rare chance to dance in the end zone

Katie Davis with Dean Kathleen McCartney, who did the research for her doctoral dissertation at the Child Development Project in Bermuda in 1981. In the 1989 Ron Howard film 'Parenthood', Jason Robards tells his adult son, played by Steve Martin, that “there is no end, you never cross ...

Bermudian graduates from Harvard

Bermudian Katie Davis has graduated from Harvard Graduate School of Education with a doctorate in Human Development and Education. Dr Davis received her doctorate on May 24 from her mentor, acclaimed developmental psychologist Howard Gardner. For her doctoral thesis, Dr ...

Examining Claims Young Americans Are Less Creative Than Decades Past Eurasia Review

Katie Davis, UW assistant professor, and fellow researchers studied 354 examples of visual art and 50 examples of creative writing by teenagers published between 1990 and 2011. The question they pursued, Davis said, was “How have the style, content and form of adolescents’ ...

How Can We Maximize the Potential of Learning Apps?

The following is an excerpt from the book The App Generation: How Today’s Youth Navigate Identity, Intimacy, and Imagination in a Digital World by Howard Gardner and Katie Davis. Let’s dive directly into the world of educational apps. Our survey suggests that the majority — one might ...

Putting people first Book: The App Generation

Professors Howard Gardner and Katie Davis name today’s young people The App Generation, and in this spellbinding book they explore what it means to be “app-dependent” versus “app-enabled” and how life for this generation differs from life before the digital era. Gardner and Davis ...

Friendship 2.0 study challenges dependence on technology

The study, led by Katie Davis, assistant professor at the UW Information School, shows the role of digital media in society is crucial in adolescent development rather than detrimental. She calls this new idea “Friendship 2.0.” Davis conducted the study on the island of Bermuda, 640 ...

Friendship 2.0: Teens’ technology use promotes sense of belonging, identity

Katie Davis, an assistant professor in the Information School and an expert on digital media use during adolescence, calls it “Friendship 2.0.” “What they’re doing is different from generations of teenagers from before the digital era, but it comes from the same place of basic ...

Minister: Role of Arts In Schools

Dame Jennifer’s full remarks appear below: Let me begin by acknowledging our overseas guests — Dr. Shari Tishman, from the Harvard Graduate School of Education; and Ms. Katie Davis, also ...

Gardner and Murnane Debate at Spencer Foundation Event

Harvard Graduate School of Education News ... By Katie Davis. Harvard Graduate School of Education Professors Howard Gardner and Richard Murnane took center stage on Saturday, May 1, at the Spencer Foundation's annual convening at the AERA conference. ...

Harvard professor blames racial profiling in his arrest

(NECN: Katie Davis, Cambridge, Mass.) - Prominent Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. was arrested in Cambridge, Massachusetts, last week while trying to get into his own home. Police were responding to a call about "two black males" breaking into a home near Harvard University. ...

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