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ERIC Number: ED018735
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 10
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EXTENDING THE EDUCATIONAL INFLUENCE OF TELEVISION BROADCASTS.
JOHNSON, EUGENE I.
TWO APPROACHES TO EXTENDING THE EDUCATIONAL INFLUENCE OF TELECASTS ARE DISCUSSED. THE FIRST APPROACH TAKES OFF FROM THE TELEVISION BROADCAST, THE EFFECT OF WHICH CAN BE HEIGHTENED BY DIAL ACCESS LIBRARIES OF MAGNETIC TAPE RECORDINGS, OPEN LINE PROGRAMS, DISCUSSION GROUPS, SIMULATION OR GAMES, AND THE PUBLICIZING OF OTHER RESOURCES, ALL OF WHICH HAVE BEEN USED SUCCESSFULLY, AND BY INTERACTION WITH THE BRAODCAST VIA SELECTION OF SUBPROGRAMS, WHICH IS TECHNICALLY POSSIBLE BUT HAS NOT YET BEEN USED. THE LEARNING SYSTEM APPROACH USES TELEVISION IN CONNECTION WITH OTHER EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS OR EXPERIENCES TO ADD VARIETY, DEPTH, OR APPEAL TO THE WORLD AFFAIRS EDUCATION PROGRAMS. THE METROPLEX ASSEMBLY CAN CLOSE TO ILLUSTRATING THIS APPROACH IN COMMUNITY EDUCATION. IT WAS UNIQUE IN THAT THE PERSONS RESPONSIBLE FOR DEVELOPING DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE PROGRAM MET TO AGREE ON OBJECTIVES, UNDERLYING CONCEPTS, MAIN ISSUES TO BE RAISED, AND VALUE CONFLICTS IN THE COMMUNITY. (AUTHOR/LY)
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Authoring Institution: World Peace Foundation, Boston, MA.
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