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Document Type Doctoral Thesis
Author Maake, Matsobane Joshua
Email upetd@up.ac.za
URN etd-01312007-101355
Document Title Using interactive television in the in-service education and training of guidance teachers
Degree PhD (Educational Guidance and Counselling)
Department Educational Guidance and Counseling
Advisor Name Title
Dr F Malan Committee Chair
Dr T H Brown Committee Co-Chair
Prof L J Jacobs Committee Co-Chair
  • interactive television
  • teachers South Africa in-service training
  • vocational guidance
  • teaching audio-visual aids
  • distance education
Date 2000-09-01
Availability unrestricted
This study is focused on how technology is employed as educational support media in distance education. The aim is to establish the availability and accessibility of interac¬tive television for both guidance teachers and students in rural, remote and previously disadvantaged communities. Interactive television could be used to support the primary modes of education, namely, contact education on campus or at remote sites, paper-¬based distance education and Web-based distance education for in-service education and training of guidance teachers. The TELETUKS schools project is cursorily pre¬sented as an example of a technology-enhanced delivery system to facilitate interactive television learning. The ITV has the potential to be cost-effective, saving on travelling costs and reaching for increased numbers of upgrading guidance teachers per unit time. A comprehensive interactive television model for in-service training of the guidance teacher in the Northern Province is presented.

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Maake, MJ 2000, Using interactive television in the in-service education and training of guidance teachers, PhD thesis, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, viewed yymmdd < http://upetd.up.ac.za/thesis/available/etd-01312007-101355/ >


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