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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Systems, theories and problems examined An hour-long look at learning process On Sunday, March 4 at 10 p.m., CTV presents part eight in its multi-award winning series "The Human Journey," entitled "The Learning Process." In its hour long look at the learning process, the program examines how we learn and what is thought to be the biological process that occurs in the brain during a learning experience, where we learn and the cfcffo�:ent educational systems, and theories that are open to us, the problems that hinder learning and how learning disabilities are being overcome and lastly, when do we become receptive and responsive to learning. The program talks to Dr. Vernon Brooks of the University of Western, Ontario who explains, with the help of animation, what happens in our brain when we experience learning. John Holt, author of "How Cljildren Learn" and "How Children Fail" is interviewed on the theme of his latest book "Freedom and Beyond." Holt believes education should not be compulsory and that schools should rather take the form of community resource centres open to everyone than be bound to rigid physical structures. j The program discusses differ- j ent educational systems in op-! oration' and visits Ernest Avenue Public School in North York which practices open concept education. The school is built on an open plan and has learned by trial, and error how tc combine freedom to learn in one's own way with enough structure to avoid absolute mayhem. Mrs. Helen Huber, the principal, explains the school's philosophy. The Montessori method of education is also examined and Mother Isabel Eugenie, who was trained by Dr. Maria Montessori, discusses Dr. Montessori's ideas. "Sesame Strest" has enjoyed an incredible degree of success since its inception and Joan Ganz Cooney, who originated the program as a source of educational enrichment for very poor children, describes how it was developed and tested, and what its objectives and limitations are. Dr. Sam Ra-buvovitch, Professor of Child Psychology at McGill University acted as a consultant in the development phase of "Sesame Street" He is also involved in directing the Children's Learning Centre in Montreal, which Sunday, March 4 6:30 7:00 7:30 7:40 7:45 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:?0 0) Farm News 0 Archie's Fun House QD Christopher Closeup 0 Harlem Globetrotters c Pinocchio Q| This is the Life QS Thought for the Day 09 4-H Clubtime 0 Rex Humbard 0 Gospel Hour Q) Revival Fires TO University of the Air TO People's Church TO Gospel Hour 0 Kathryn Kuhlman 0 Niven Miller O Sunday Hour 0 Face the Nation Q) Rev. Solbreckken TO Make a Wish 10:00 Q Faith for Today 0 Day of Discovery CD Day of Discovery TO Curiosity Shop 10:30 03 OnJ. Roberts 0 Gaslight 0 Meet the Press 11:00 Q Crossfire 0 World Championship Tennis ID Bull winkle TO NFB 11:30 TO Issues and Answers O Safety Rmmd-Up TO Rural Report Join Ihe HONDA Price Rev-v-volution HONDA CB350 Now with a disc brake ........ CT 70 '469 SL 70 $489 LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE AMPLE FREE PARKING 1117 2nd AVE. 5. PHONE 327-8889 Closed Monday - OpM Daily 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday 8.-30 a.m. ta 9:00 p.m. CHARGE] Southern Alberta's Largest and Most Progressive Motorcycle Dealer 12:00 TO P.ex Humbard TO NBA Pet Set 12:15 O Great Train (Pt. 1) 12:3* O Spiderman 12:30 O World Ctampionship Skiing 0 You Are There, 1:00 fE) Market Place cNHL 1:30 TO Under Attack 2:15 TO American Sportsman 2:00 0 News Reel 2:30 0 Reach for the Top TO Pentecost Presents 3:00 TO Travel With Da Silva r District 7 3:15 TO Howard Cosell 3:30 TO Pendulum 0 Country Canada 0 Sports Illustrated 3:30 TO Political Decisions in Montana 4:00 0 Love TO Untamed World 0 Sixty Minutes 4:30 TO Garner Ted Armstrong O Garner Ted Armstrong TO Man Alive 5:00 0 Lassie TO Movie: The Trackers 0 Music to See TO Wild Kingdom 5:30 TO This is Your Life 0 Disneyland �^ Irish Rovers C:00 TO Lawrence Welk 0 Disneyland 6:30 QD Mod Squad 0 Adf m 12 7:00 tD FBI 0 Beachcombers 0 Gunstroke 7:30 c Mountbatten 0 Black Beauty 8:00 0 Mystery Movie �9 Julio Andrews TO Movie: Villa Rides 8:30 TO Mannlx 9:00 0 Sunday at 9 9:30 TO A Touch of Grace 0 Escsoe 10:00 0 MASH TO The Human Journey 0 CBC Weekend 10:30 TO Bobby Goldsboro 0 Mission Impossible 11:00 0 News 11:00 ID News c News 11:15 3 Nations Business QJ) News 11:20 TO News * fjfj CJOC News 11:25 (g) Oil Report 11:30 0 News TO Question Period TO Billy James Hargis 11:35 QD Sunday Hour 11:45 0 Travelure 12:00 TO Merv. Griffin ..... 12:06 O Movie: Affair Wtk : A Stranger helps children with disabilities. Rabinovitch believes that children who are read to at home are more likely* to escape the reading problems that inflict many children and explores the varied learning experiences a child goes through outside the school environment, for example, walking,- talking, getting along with people and coping with their emotions. Dr. David Premack, a psychologist in Santa Barbara, appears on the program discussing his experiments in teaching chimpanzees and an autistic child to communicate in symbol language, and Dr. Carl Del-ecato of Philadelphia discusses his theories of reading disabilities in children. a rich variety of equipment and learning methods that haro been developed in recent years with which adults today were unfamiliar in their school years. The- program considers the possibility that, with these highly sophisticated techniques that are available now, the rate of acquiring knowledge can be significantly increased. Bob Hope stars in Mardi Gras The pre-Lenten festivities of New Orleans' Mardi Gras win provide the - gala setting for "The Bob Hope Special" to be colorcast on the CTV Television Network Tuesday, March 6 at 8 p.m. Comedian-singer Phil Harris, trumpet virtuoso Al Hirt and clarinetist Pete Fountain are three of the guests set for the Mardi Gras show, filmed on location in New Orleans. Bob Hope, as this year's "King of Bacchus" for the Mardi Gras, will preside over the parade, during which members of the Carnival Krewe will throw in excess of one million doubloons (special aluminum coins minted for the occasion with' the reigning King's face imprinted on them) and one million gross of beads. The show will be highlighted by 22 animated floats, all centering around the theme "Bacchus Goes to fee Movies." Twenty marching bands will accompany the floats, as well as numerous rhythm units. During the course of Sunday festivities the 4,500,members of Bacchus will participate in the street parade, after which the msmbers' and "' their invited guests will go to Rivergate (a large exhibition ball) for a supper dance until the wee hours of the morning. Bob Hope is the latest in the tradition of nationally famous Kings of Bacchus, who in previous years have included Danny Kaye, Raymond Burr, Jim Kabors and Phil Harris. Talented guests on Tyson snow Jim Ed Brown and The Gems, Blake Emmons and Jack Schechtman join Ian Tyson and The Great Speckled Bird on "The Ian Tyson Show," telecasting Tuesday, March 8 at 9:30 p.m. Jim Ed Brown is a country and western star from way back. Now living in Nashville, Blake Emmons returns to his native Canada as frequently as he can manage it Many of the studio" audience remembered Blake from the Crippled Children's- Telethon. He played an active role as host, performer, manning the telephones and generally doing everything he could to help out, Jick Sehecbtnrcn is a folk artist from Toronto, although a recent tour of the U.S. has kept him away from home. NOTIC To A!l Customers and Friends! EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1238 - 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5020 Will be known as VAN'S TV SALES & SERVICE 1238 - 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5020 JIM VAN LOO ;