I had some interesting meetings yesterday about the site. One was about making an iPhone app version of it, directing parents to games and providing the research as a deeper level. I think this may be a good way to use it. The other was about development of the site itself, and the suggestion of a feedback form for parents which I will send out this week (it being the last week of the workshop. I also spoke to a game developer with concerns about positive gaming, who had some good thoughts about developing the site as a standalone tool for parents and educators (some of his feedback influenced the previous post).
Mitch Moldofsky is founder of the Thinking Skills Club, a computer game club that helps develop cognitive functioning for kids. He hold a B.Sc. in Cognitive Science and Psychology from the University of Toronto.