Indigo Summer School: Part 1
A non-traditional Elementary Curriculum is developed by Roger and Mel Sudd. In 1957 at Eastern Michigan University, Ypsylanti MI. Mel is a 6th grade teacher and Roger teaches Art (K-12) in the Campus Laboratory school; while Roger's wife Kathy teaches college classes inTextile Design. Roger introduces Remote Viewing to his art students ( 3rd-12th grades), and they enjoy visually moving through paintings and drawings and being able to draw the "other" side of a still life or a model. Roger emphasizes the importance of clairvoyant seeing and the development of a visual (picturing) vocabulory. Soon his Jr High and High School students were drawing on the College level. It is at the Roosevelt Labratory School that Mel asks Roger to teach two of his 6th grade students that were disrupting his math lessions. Art is a hands-on active self-guided experience, and Roger, who is mathamatically challanged introduces the two students to a math focus adapation of the art experience where they develop the process to arrive at a given conclusion. They are introduced to math bundling and then they explore problems involving a mathamatics base of 13.