Episode recap: how will good sound shape the future of education?
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To explore how audio shapes the human experience, we launched Powered by Audio: an EPOS podcast featuring industry pioneers who are creating the future of sound.
For episode 5 in the series (How will good sound shape the future of education?), host Randi Zuckerberg spoke with Dr. Arline Bronzaft and Dr. Steven Tello about the role that sound (and noise) plays in the classroom, and how it ties into an increasingly remote learning framework.
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Dr. Arline Bronzaft
Dr. Bronzaft has served as an advisor to five New York City mayors and is the chairperson of the noise committee at GrowNYC.org. Her groundbreaking research from the 1970s on how subway noise affects children's learning is referenced by professionals to this day.
Dr. Steven Tello
Dr. Tello is a pioneer of online learning, having helped build one of the first fully accredited university online curriculums in 1996. His professional background as a faculty member, administrator, and vice provost at UMass Lowell makes Tello a distinguished name in his field.