We are all searching for tools and techniques to improve the quality and accessibility of an excellent, quality education for American students of all ages that will scaffold them to their own American Dream and uplift our country in the process.
This week, Dr. Anthony Romano of Caldwell College joins us to share his research and experience with regard to the current application of online and distance learning and the enormous potential of future utilization in classroom K-16 and beyond. Host Dr. Rosanna Pittella, author of How Deconstructing The American Education System Will Reconstruct The American Dream, identifies points that have been brought up by critics of this new technology and its limitations. The discussion includes many future ways in which online and distance learning could be used, if applied creatively enough, not only to close gaps in learning between rich and poor, but to break down barriers of distance and language between people of all ages all over the world.
This week’s spotlight is the voice of author and expert music instructor, Joy Huff, who brings with her an amazing teaching tool, a book for teachers, called “Sounds of Color.” This amazing short manual shows teachers how to teach children about music and pitch through associations with colors that are already familiar. More information can be found about this book on www.Amazon.com by searching by the author’s or book’s name.
Find out more about the American Dream School model project mentioned in this week’s show at www.elementalethics.com.
Find out more about Dr. Pittella’s illuminating book, How Deconstructing The American Education System Will Reconstruct the American Dream. and how to order a copy, on www.elementalethics.com.
Learn more about Dr. Maria Montessori and her theories of education and learning, and how education impacts world peace at www.oppapers.com/essays/Maria-Montessori-Her-Life-Work/161493
Sound Engineering and Music by Jason Anthony Huff. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org