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Quality Screen Time For Learning Through The Arts

A screengrab from an episode of “Raise Your Hand.”

From our campus to your screen, the Arts-Based Collaborative here at UTC - abc@utc - works with teaching artists in the Chattanooga area to create educational content for children.

One example is “Raise Your Hand” - the flagship program of the EDUCATE channel from our public media partner WTCI PBS, where Robyn Stringfellow is manager of educational content and services.

Robyn Stringfellow
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Robyn Stringfellow

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