I am looking for input for a graduate-level course I will be teaching next
The title is "Education in the Age of Television."  I am planning this
6-week course now to include some readings from Howard Gardner, Neil
Postman, Jerry Mander, John Gardner, Howard Gardner, and William Bennett.
This coruse will undertake a social commentary on the state of education in
the twentieth century.  Students will learn what specific challenges
technology presents and strategies for their solutions.
Who can offer some opinions about the cultural/social/technological changes
since the age of television began?
Please respond privately or to the list.
Dan Johnson
D. C. Johnson
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