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ERIC Number: ED047509
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 119
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Educational Television in India.
Kumar, Narendra; Chandiram, Jai
In a program launched in 1961, more than one and a half million students in nearly three-hundred Delhi Secondary Schools regularly view television lessons closely related to their prescribed course of studies. The outstanding elements in the Delhi scheme are: planning, cooperation at all levels, integration with the syllabi in the schools, and involvement of the teachers at all stages. Subject committees consisting of curriculum specialists, classroom teachers, and subject experts prepare school television schedules and with them the scope of each lesson. This serves as a guideline to both the scriptwriter and the producer. The TV Center assigns television lessons three months in advance. Guidance lessons are supplied to each subject teacher so that he pre-plan the necessary preparation and follow-up activities, accompanying the telelesson. Evaluation is on-going, effected by correspondence, visits, and meetings. A design for the future expansion of television instruction is proposed. Appendices provide documentation. (MF)
Arya Book Depot, New Delhi-5, India ($1.00)
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Identifiers - Location: India