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August 12, 2000 Show:
Educational Software Guest:
Chuck Bilow, Vice President of Development at , discusses the Talking Walls series of products. With more than 20 years of experience in the educational and software fields, Chuck explains how Talking Walls was developed and how it can help students improve their understanding of Social Studies.
EdmarkAugust 12, 2000 interview
July 17, 1999 Show:
Educational Software Guest:
How many times have you told your children to "use their brains"? Brian Beleil from has several suggestions to get your kids to use their brains. The Thinkin' Things series have games for the 4-8 year old, the 6-12 year old, and the 7-13 year old. Each collection is geared to improve memory, observation, and problem-solving abilities. So if you could use some help getting your child to think, you'll want to be sure and listen to this segment.
EdmarkJuly 17, 1999 interview
January 30, 1999 Show:
Get zapped! Do your kids love science? Lucky you!
For everyone else, there is Zap! Donna Stanger from takes you on an adventure of learning with Edmark's Zap! Kids learn about electricity, light and sound while helping a rock band prepare for its concert. Also Donna will discuss Travel the World with Timmy, another educational program that lets young children find out about other cultures and languages.
EdmarkJanuary 30, 1999 interview
February 21, 1998 Show:
Children's Education Guest:
Something for your pre-schoolers. Do you want them to learn to read or just figure out how the world works? In Let's Go Read, your child uses voice recognition technology to actually learn the fundamentals of reading. In Thinking Science, your child can explore the world and find out why things happen the way they do in the natural world.
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