ERIC Number: ED070276
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
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Guide Book. 1973 Edition.
National Instructional Television Center, Bloomington, IN.
The National Instructional Television Center (NIT) aims to reduce the time of bringing about educational innovation from the usual 15 years, achieved through traditional means like pre-service education and workshops, to five years. Its procedure in doing this is to identify significant ideas and translate them into useful television programs. This booklet describes NIT courses, which consist of television series. The course descriptions are organized by subject matter. For each, the appropriate audience level (which ranges from primary through senior high school as well as teacher training and higher education) is indicated. Also included are an index of courses by grade level and subject matter, a list of NIT prices, procedures, and policies, and descriptions of NIT services and professional publications and films, which deal with instructional television. (JK)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, College Curriculum, Computer Science, Course Descriptions, Educational Innovation, Educational Television, Elementary Education, Elementary School Curriculum, English Education, Fine Arts, Language Arts, Mathematics Education, Science Education, Secondary Education, Social Studies
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Authoring Institution: National Instructional Television Center, Bloomington, IN.