Reimagining how we use technology is very important for families today. Below you’ll find equitable resources featuring safe and reliable tutorials that young adults and kids can use to make podcasts, Youtube videos, and coding.
Check out these digital titles
- The Book of Terrifyingly Awesome Technology by Sean Connolly, Kristyna Baczynski
- Dress Coded by Carrie Firestone
- La Energía Solar by David Armentrout & Patricia Armentrout
- Experiment #256 by Marty Kelley
- Firewall by Sean Rodman
- Hacks for TikTok by Kyle Brach
- In Real Life by Cory Doctorow
- Making YouTube Videos by Nick Willoughby
- Photoshop and Web Design Basic for Kids by Baby Professor
- Recording Podcasts by Kristin Fontichiaro & Rachael McLean
- STEAM Jobs in Robotics by Ruth M. Kirk
Create on your own
You can make your own games, stories, animations, podcasts, and even a simple electric circuit with these apps and websites:
- Anchor.fm: Create and share your podcast from any device. (Need ideas for a podcast? Check out this podcast created by teenagers: Teenager Therapy.)
- Museum of Science+Industry Chicago: Experiment – City Circuit: Build a simple electric circuit from aluminum foil and a string of holiday lights.
- Scratch: Program your own interactive stories, games, and animations.
- Stencyl: Create amazing games without code.