Jordan Shapiro | Father Figure: How to be a Feminist Dad | Talks at Google
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Jordan Shapiro | Father Figure: How to be a Feminist Dad | Talks at Google

Jordan Shapiro discusses his book "Father Figure: How to be a Feminist Dad." Shapiro offers a norm-shattering perspective on fatherhood, family, and gender essentialism. This thoughtful exploration of dad-psychology—presented from an archetypal perspective—challenges our familiar assumptions about the origins of so-called traditional parenting roles. There are hundreds of books on parenting, but when it comes to books about parenting identity, rather than the nuts and bolts of raising children, nearly all are about what it's like to be a mother. Father Figure fills that gap. It teaches dads how to embrace the joys of fathering while guiding toward an image of manliness for the modern world. Jordan Shapiro, PhD is a globally celebrated American thought leader. He is senior fellow for the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop, a Nonresident Fellow in the Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution, and teaches in Temple University’s Intellectual Heritage Program. Jordan also has a Forbes column that has been read by over 5 million people around the world where he writes about global education, learning through digital play, kids and culture. Additionally, he is an international speaker and consultant whose fresh perspective combines psychology, philosophy, and economics in unexpected ways. His book, The New Childhood: Raising Kids To Thrive in a Connected World changed the cultural conversation about parenting and screen time; it received wide critical acclaim and has been translated into 11 languages. Get the book here: https://goo.gle/2TQFCHf. Moderated by Rebekah Dopp.
Parenting for the Future - The New Childhood  | Jordan Shapiro | TEDxBratislava
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Parenting for the Future - The New Childhood | Jordan Shapiro | TEDxBratislava

Almost every parent is these days worried about screen time. However, our anxiety is misplaced and also not good for our children. Jordan Shapiro explains why children need less limits and restrictions and more mentoring and guidance. It’s urgent. Grownups should embrace the connected world, model better digital behaviors, and play video games with their kids. Our future depends on it. --- Keby by bol život ako video hra - nové detstvo. Skoro každého rodiča dnes trápi, či dieťa netrávi pred obrazovkou príliš veľa času. Ale náš strach z technológií je neopodstatnený a zlý pre naše deti. Jordan Shapiro odôvodňuje, prečo deti potrebujú menej zákazov a viac vysvetľovania. Je to naliehavé. Dospelí potrebujú prijať online svet, hrať sa so svojimi deťmi a pritom im ukázať, ako sa v tomto svete správať. Naša digitálna budúcnosť od toho závisí. Jordan Shapiro, PhD, is author of The New Childhood: Raising Kids to Thrive in a Connected World (2019). He is Senior Fellow for the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop, and Nonresident Fellow in the Center for Universal Education at the Brookings Institution. He teaches in Temple University's Intellectual Heritage Program, and he wrote a column for Forbes on global education, digital play, and family life from 2012 to 2017. He lives in Philadelphia with his two sons. Jordan Shapiro, PhD, je autorom publikácie Nové detstvo: Výchova detí k úspechu v prepojenom svete (orig. The New Childhood: Raising Kids to Thrive in a Connected World, 2019). Je vedúcim členom Joan Ganz Cooney Centra v Sesame Workshop a nerezidenčný člen v Centre pre univerzálne vzdelávanie v Brookings Institution. Vyučuje na Programe intelektuálneho dedičstva Temple University a od roku 2012 do roku 2017 písal pre Forbes o globálnom vzdelávaní, digitálnom hraní a rodinnom živote. S dvoma synmi žije vo Philadelphii. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
¿Cambiarán los videojuegos los métodos de enseñanza? Jordan Shapiro responde
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¿Cambiarán los videojuegos los métodos de enseñanza? Jordan Shapiro responde

Entra en http://one.elmundo.es Suscríbete a nuestro canal de youtube: http://bit.ly/1JHCOQ1 Síguenos en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elfuturoesone Síguenos en Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/elfuturoesone En la universidad de Temple en Filadelfia Jordan Shapiro se ha ganado una merecida fama de profesor enrollado. Sus alumnos están acostumbrados a que desarrolle las grandes ideas de la filosofía occidental (de Carl Jung a Martin Heidegger) utilizando herramientas tan poco frecuentes como el Space Invaders, Angry Birds o Twitter. No hay constancia de que la fenomenología de Husserl tenga algún tipo de relación con el arcade, pero Shapiro se atreve con todo. Incluso a contradecir a Barack Obama. El presidente de Estados Unidos puso en marcha recientemente una iniciativa para que todos los niños y jóvenes del país tuvieran la posibilidad de aprender a programar. Defendía que estos conocimientos les proporcionarían la preparación adecuada para la nueva economía y los empleos que esta va a demandar. Una versión más sofisticada del clásico aforismo de las madres de "estudiar algo que tenga salidas". Shapiro, polemista brillante, no negaba a Obama la importancia de que los niños aprendieran a escribir código, sino que asegura que la experiencia no debe impulsarse por sus oportunidades laborales, sino porque es enriquecedora en sí misma, como lo es aprender a tocar el piano. Doctor en Psicología, Shapiro publica una columna en la revista Forbes titulada "Filosofía Geek", en la que escribe sobre el aprendizaje a través de los videojuegos y la importancia que la tecnología tiene sobre nuestra forma de interpretar el mundo. Para él los videojuegos, en lugar de representar un ocio pernicioso que terminará por estropear el cerebro de las nuevas generaciones, son un ritual muy importante para los niños: "Cuando estás en la sinagoga, en la mezquita o en la iglesia estás representando una historia, en la misma medida en que representas una historia cuando juegas un videojuego". La principal preocupación de Shapiro es cómo llevamos a cabo la transmisión de conocimientos y cómo conseguimos que los niños y jóvenes se sientan atraídos por la posibilidad de aprender. “La energía que se respira en el campus universitario durante las fechas de exámenes finales es una violación de los derechos humanos”, asegura, “nadie debería ser sometido a esa indignidad”. Los videojuegos, según Shapiro, pueden convertirse también en una nueva herramienta de evaluación en los entornos educativos: siguiendo la lógica de los juegos, si eres capaz de superar un nivel es que estás preparado para acceder al siguiente. Eso sí, siempre y cuando los alumnos participen en el proceso, porque la generación “cabeza de bloque”, como ha bautizado a los niños que hoy juegan a Minecraft, “va a querer que todo tenga capacidad social, creativa e interactiva”. Texto: José L. Álvarez Cedena #elfuturoesone
Jordan Shapiro - The New Childhood
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Jordan Shapiro - The New Childhood

Jordan Shapiro, PhD is a globally celebrated public intellectual. He's currently senior fellow for the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop, where he coordinates research and advocacy around digital technology and education policy. His Forbes' column on global education, learning through digital play, kids and culture was read by over 4 million people around the world, also resulting in a Twitter following (@jordosh) of more than 115,000. He is an international speaker and consultant whose fresh perspective combines psychology, philosophy, and economics in unexpected ways. His next book--a comprehensive look at the future of childhood--will be published by Little, Brown and Company in fall 2018. ​ Shapiro is a adviser and strategist to the United States Air Force and Thomas Edison State University, helping to shape how they provide individuals with sophisticated 21st century agile and critical thinking skills. He is also a member of Teach For All's Global Advisory Council and an expert adviser to the World Economic Forum. During the week, you can find him in the classroom at Temple University, where he teaches in the Intellectual Heritage Program and developed the online version of the university's core curriculum. He also serves on the advisory board of the exclusive global think tank, Symi Symposium, led by former Greek prime minister George Papandreou, and including Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz, and British Labour Party leader Ed Miliband, among others. ​ A Philadelphia native, Jordan is a graduate of Friends Select School and Bard College with a doctorate in depth psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, California. Following college, his work as a restaurant cook led to becoming an owner/operator of the Reading Terminal Market's Down Home Diner. In 2008, he sold his stake in the business to shift his focus to education and public service. ​
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