About Warren Buckleitner
Warren Buckleitner studies the relationship between children and commercial interactive media products. He is the Editor of Children's Technology Review and teaches at Rutgers and New York University. He is a former teacher (preschool, 2nd, 4th and 6th grades) and teacher trainer. His work with software began in 1984 at the High/Scope Educational Research Foundation. He advises Consumer Reports WebWatch and writes for the New York Times, Scholastic Parent & Child, Parents and KidScreen. Since 2001, he has hosted the Dust or Magic Institute -- an annual critique of commercial children's interactive media products.
In 2003, he started the Mediatech Foundation, a community technology center, and he is a sought after speaker on topics related to children and technology. He holds a BS in Elementary Education (cum laude) from Central Michigan University, an MS in Human Development from Pacific Oaks College and a doctorate in educational psychology from Michigan State University. He is the father of two daughters.