41 minutes | Apr 21, 2021

Foundational Educational Theories of Supplemental Instruction

S01-E05 We feature an update of the early 1990s foundational theories for the SI model. New theories have emerged and built upon the older ones. One of the enduring components of this publication is the comparison of the two models for treating people: the medical model and the public health model. Dr. Robert Blanc, one of the key people involved with developing SI in the early days, should be credited with that metaphor.

Once again, some of my family of synthetic voices will provide the narration of the publication. Felicia will be the primary narrator with Donald asking questions. Leslie and Matthew will read the direct quotations by the educators. I hope you have an informative and pleasant listening experience.

In addition to this audio episode, I also provide a transcript of this narration. Let’s listen to Felicia as she begins the narration of the foundational theories for the Supplemental Instruction model.

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