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Jordan Shapiro

Jordan Shapiro

I am full-time father of two little boys and also an academic. I teach in Temple University's Intellectual Heritage Department. I lead efforts to bring more EdTech and game based learning to humanities education at the university level. I'm engaged in a scholarly research that looks at technology and popular culture from the perspectives of Jungian & Archetypal psychology and phenomenology & Heideggerian philosophy.



  • Research Says Screen Time Can Be Good For Your Kids

    Screen time is not all bad for your kids. They can learn a ton from video games. And when parents and children are watching or... Read more

  • Learn Algebra in Under 45 Minutes with Video Games

    Learn Algebra in Under 45 Minutes with Video Games

    On average, it took 41 minutes and 44 seconds for students to master Algebra skills during the Washington State Algebra Challenge using the DragonBox App. The Challenge, co-sponsored... Read more

  • Why Hasn’t Anyone Made a Waterproof eReader?

    Why Hasn’t Anyone Made a Waterproof eReader?

    My ex-wife has custody of the kids this week; we have a special summer schedule. I’m home alone. There’s so much quiet time, so much... Read more


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