Scott Traylor


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Scott Traylor is the CEO, Founder and Chief KID of 360KID, a leading content and technology company developing innovative learning products for forward thinking publishers, broadcasters, and toy companies. Scott\'s company specializes in the creation of animated, gaming, and social media learning products for clients such as Pearson, McGraw-Hill, PBS, Sesame Workshop, Girl Scouts, LeapFrog, National Geographic and many others. His company has been honored with numerous education awards including three EMMY nominations. 360KID\'s latest successes include the creation of handheld learning games for Pixar\'s Wall-E and Ratatouille movies and the development of the multi award-winning Pokémon Learning League website.

Scott is continually reading, analyzing, and synthesizing research covering all aspects of child engagement including new technologies, informal learning, media evolution, and different consumer-based delivery systems. He\'s fascinated by electronic learning aids and technology instruction that is non-PC based. Scott has also been a computer science teacher for 12 years at Harvard University\'s Extension School. Scott believes nothing is impossible and so he pushes to make big dreams a reality, especially when it benefits children of any age.

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Traylor, Scott (2008): Rethinking product research when time is on your side, but funds are not!. In: Proceedings of ACM IDC08 Interaction Design and Children , 2008, . pp. 05.

Gilutz, Shuli, Black, John B., Buckleitner, Warren, Revelle, Glenda, Drell, Jordana, Traylor, Scott, Fisch, Shalom N. (2007): The Roles of Experience, Motivation, Cognitive and Motor Development on Young Children\'s . In: Society for Reserach in Child Development Biennial Meeting , 2007, Boston, MA, USA.