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The Child of the Future: How Might He Learn

1964 58 min
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Education is increasingly affected by technological advance. How the changes affect the child are shown in this far-ranging study of what is new in educational theory and practice. Appearing in the film are several leading educators and innovators, including Dr. Jerome Bruner of Harvard University and host-narrator Dr. Marshall McLuhan.

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The Child of the Future: How Might He Learn

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Education is increasingly affected by technological advance. How the changes affect the child are shown in this far-ranging study of what is new in educational theory and practice. Appearing in the film are several leading educators and innovators, including Dr. Jerome Bruner of Harvard University and host-narrator Dr. Marshall McLuhan.
  • director
    Theodore Conant
  • producer
    Theodore Conant
  • executive producer
    Frank Spiller
  • photography
    Jean-Claude Labrecque
  • sound
    Leo O'Donnell
    Roger Hart
    Ron Alexander
    Roger Lamoureux
  • editing
    David Green
  • sound editing
    Sidney Pearson
  • host
    Marshall McLuhan

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