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    Learning, Teaching, and Television Production for Children

    The Experience of Sesame Street

    Gerald S. Lesser
    The author discusses how educational goals are translated into the actual television programming of Sesame Street. Dr. Lesser serves as chairman of the National Board of Advisors to the Children's Television Workshop, which produces Sesame Street. He reflects here on the experience of researchers and television producers working together to develop television for children on the basis of knowledge (and hunches) about how children learn.

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    Summer 1972 Issue

    Abstracts

    Community Power and Student Rights
    An Interview with Arthur E. Thomas
    Arthur E. Thomas
    The Having of Wonderful Ideas
    Eleanor Duckworth
    Learning, Teaching, and Television Production for Children
    The Experience of Sesame Street
    Gerald S. Lesser
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