This video has a clever lead in with a surprising Mothers Day theme.
Then he (Mitch Resnik) goes onto say that those who describe kids as "digital natives" haven't got it quite right. Using computers and phones fluently is like them learning how to read but not to write. They miss out on creating new things on their computers and phones. They are locked in to whatever is available in the apps store.
Along the way, a variety of Scratch projects are displayed.
It's fairly persuasive the way Mitch argues the case.
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