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February 3, 2009: Prof. Linda Louis on art and education. World Views series: education in Laos

In Uncategorized on December 19, 2008 at 2:34 am

Arts Education with Prof. Linda Louis

To listen to this interview, click HERE.

On the first half of the show, we talked with Prof. Linda Louis, professor of education at Brooklyn College.  We discussed art education, what it means for young developing minds and how we as a society can better value children and arts education.

World Views with Professor Annalouk Kittikhoun

To listen to this interview, click HERE.

On the second half of the show, we discussed education in Laos with Prof. Annalouk Kittikhoun.  Prof. Kittikhoun was born and raised in Laos, and continued his studies in the U.S. and Australia.  He now teaches Political Science at Brooklyn College.  We discuss with Prof. Kittikhoun his perspectives on education in Laos and abroad.

Podcast coming soon.

The World Views and American Views Series

Our World Views series features interviews with individuals who have been educated primarily abroad — a complement to our American Views series.  Most participants in the World Views series have now moved to the U.S., and share with us their reflections on the widely varying experiences and schools they have encountered.

Each unique educational biography is meant to provide a prism through which we can gain insight into the many meanings of education and how it shapes us as individuals.  These conversations are not meant to be sources of authoritative information on educational systems or statistics.

We invite you to respond to the interviews you hear by writing to us at bcthinktank@gmail.com.  If you or someone you know would be a good interviewee for either the American or World Views series, please contact us.


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