In 2012, Austin Center for Design and the leadership at Narrative hosted a conference to investigate the intersection of design and technology. Anya Kamenetz shared some of her reflections on the nature of technology in the classroom; see how her ideas have, or haven't, come to fruition ten years later.
Anya Kamenetz speaks, writes, and thinks about generational justice, and how children learn, grow and thrive on a changing planet. She covered education for many years including for NPR, where she co-created the podcast Life Kit: Parenting. Her newest book is The Stolen Year: How Covid Changed Children’s Lives, And Where We Go Now. Kamenetz is currently an advisor to the Aspen Institute and the Climate Mental Health Network, working on new initiatives at the intersection of children and climate change.