How will good sound shape the future of education? with GrowNYC noise specialist Dr. Arline Bronzaft
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The ability to learn has always set humans apart from other species, but the ways we’re educating ourselves are changing. After years of online education as a secondary way for career professionals to advance, the concept is suddenly front and center. The global pandemic forced primary school educators to quickly adapt to remote teaching also. Will online classes gradually replace the classroom? A sea change is coming to education, and audio is crucial to its success. Randi Zuckerberg interviews researcher Dr. Arline Bronzaft and Dr. Steven Tello, University of Massachusetts - Lowel vice provost for Graduate & Professional Studies.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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