Dr. Rosemarie T. Truglio assesses the role of television in the socialization and education of children. This research has been the focus of her career. During her 8 years with Sesame Street, she has helped to ensure that the creative process always embraces the major curriculum points in a safe, sensitive, responsible and age-appropriate manner. Dr. Truglio is a widely published expert on child development, whose articles appear in child and developmental psychology journals. In 2001, she co-edited G is for Growing: 30 Years of Research on Sesame Street & Children with Sholly Fisch. A former Assistant Professor of Communication and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, Dr. Truglio also serves on the Advisory Board of the Children's Digital Media Center, Alliance for a Media Literate America and The Council on Excellence in Children's Media at Annenberg School of Communication.
Interview: Rosemarie Truglio, Elmo and Rosita discuss the healthy eating campaign being promoted on "Sesame Street"
Mar 30, 2005; STEVE INSKEEP Morning Edition (NPR) 03-30-2005 Interview: Rosemarie Truglio, Elmo and Rosita discuss the healthy eating campaign...