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  • Julie Viens Interviewed by the Largest TV Network in Korea

    Jan 4, 2011

    Boston, USA.  Julie Viens appears in an upcoming episode of KBS Science Café, a weekly prime-time series on the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS).   The program focuses on neuroscience and early childhood education and aims to find promising and appropriate ways to prepare children for a better, happier life. In an interview with Sunah Kim, Ms. Viens presents Multiple Intelligences Theory and discusses its promise and benefits for Early Childhood Education.

    The New City School, a longtime "MI School" is also included in the segment. New City School is led by Dr. Thomas Hoerr, a key member of the MI Institute Advisory Board.   

    KBS Science Café is part of a project to increase people's awareness about how science is not that difficult. It introduces interesting scientific facts around ordinary daily life and present them in an easy-to-understand and interesting way.

    For more information, please contact Greg Chang, Executive Director of MI Institute, at

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