Cultivating Creativity through Projects, Passion, Peers, and Play
Mitchel Resnick has long been an inspiration to those of us who study
the roots of innovative thinking. Lifelong Kindergarten is not only
essential reading for educators trying to cultivate 21st-century skills
in the classroom; it’s also a vital resource for anyone — parents,
entrepreneurs, artists — interested in the creative mind at work and at
— Steven Johnson, author of Where Good Ideas Come From
Learning Creative Learning
Join a community of educators, designers, parents, and tinkerers
exploring new ways to support creating, experimenting, and learning. Together
we can reimagine and reinvent education.
The Scratch Foundation supports approaches to coding that engage young people in thinking creatively,
reasoning systematically, and working collaboratively -- essential skills for everyone in today's society.
Here are educational products, programs, and communities that are aligned with the
ideas and values described in Lifelong Kindergarten — supporting projects, passion,
peers, and play to open creative-learning opportunities for young people around the world.