22 Jun Loretta Long
Speaker: Loretta Long
Susan on Sesame Street, education and diversity speaker
- Children’s Education and the Dynamics of Television on the Education of Young Children
- Susan of Sesame Street Sing-Along
- Why Didn’t Someone Tell Me? A Talk About Teaching in the Inner City
- Sesame Street: A Space-Age Approach to Education for Space-Aged Children
- Sesame Street: The Second Generation
- Happy Birthday Sesame Street: A Thirty Year Retrospective
- Mother My First Teacher and Home the First School
- Cultural Diversity: The Sesame Street Method
- The ABC’s of African American History
Dr. Long is a dynamic actress, role model, and a mentor to children and young adults from elementary school to college. Loretta is best known for the role she has created as Susan on Sesame Street; on which she has appeared for thirty years. She has toured all over the United States as a motivational and topical speaker.
Dr. Long is a teacher with experience in Detroit, Yonkers and the New York city public school system.
A graduate of the University Massachusetts, with a doctorate in Education, Loretta=s dissertation was based on a study which used Sesame Street as a model for teaching preschoolers via television and mass media.
Loretta is a principal character and an original human cast member on the Children’s Television Workshop program Sesame Street. She is an accomplished entertainer who has performed in the State and abroad. As an entertainer she has appeared on Broadway shows such as, Guys and Dolls, and Sweet Charity, and in such films as Cotton Comes to Harlem, Husbands and the Out of Towners. Her television appearance include Soul, the Dick Cavett Show, the Flip Wilson show and the Today show.
Children’s Education and the Dynamics of Television on the Education of Young Children
Susan of Sesame Street Sing-Along
Why Didn’t Someone Tell Me? A Talk About Teaching in the Inner City
Sesame Street: A Space-Age Approach to Education for Space-Aged Children
Sesame Street: The Second Generation
Happy Birthday Sesame Street: A Thirty Year Retrospective
Mother My First Teacher and Home the First School
Cultural Diversity: The Sesame Street Method
The ABC’s of African American History