Warren Buckleitner is an educational researcher and product reviewer with a specialty in the design of interactive media for children.

He is the founding Editor of Children’s Technology Review and covered children’s technology for the New York Times for over a decade. In 2001 he created the Dust or Magic Institute, an annual meeting of leading designers, researchers and reviewers, with the intention to share examples of best practice in children’s digital media. That same year, he started Mediatech Foundation, a non-profit technology center designed to enhance the services of a small town public library with technology.

He’s the coordinator of the annual BolognaRagazzi Digital Prize, and the KAPi Awards — a juried prize given each year at CES. He’s an adjunct professor at TCNJ, and has taught in NYU’s ITP program, Rutgers and Michigan State University. He holds a BS in Elementary Education (cum laude), an MS in Human Development and a doctorate in educational psychology (Learning, Technology & Culture) from Michigan State University.

He lives in New Jersey, is married with two daughters, and enjoys playing the trumpet.

His specialties are child development, preschool and elementary education, music.

Links to Programs

Who We Work With

Community Centers
Preschools/Child Care

All rights reserved.