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Its features, advantages and limitation

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    Television broadcasting Television broadcasting Presentation Transcript

    • By: Muna Al-Dhahouri Fatma Al-Shehhi
    • • What Is Television Broadcasting• Why To Use It In Education• Features, Advantages And Limitations• Delivering And Supporting Learning• Concerns• Some Case Studies/Examples
    •  Television (TV) is a telecommunication medium for transmitting and receiving moving images that can be monochrome (black-and-white) or colored, with accompanying sound. "Television" may also refer specifically to a television set, television programming, television transmission.
    •  consists of radio and television stations and networks that create content or acquire the right to broadcast prerecorded television and radio programs. Networks transmit their signals from broadcasting studios via satellite signals to local stations or cable distributors. Educational television is the use of television programs in the field of distance education. It may be in the form of individual television programs or dedicated specialty channels
    • The aim of education is to give quality tohuman nature. Student wants to see the faceof the teacher where he/she is not able to seefrom the books and texts. Educationaltelevision provides answer to this need:Programs aim to particular audience parallelto formal education creates practical goals.
    • The television is used in distance education for: Supporting and enhancing teaching Instructing Explaining, clarifying Summarizing Reinforcement Motivation and encouragement Using as supplementary for the other materials Imposing study speed ( determining rate of study) Presenting a reference to large masses Changing behavior Presenting unreachable facts and events
    •  Huge number of channels and programs Can reach so far regions (cross Continents). Presentation of both sound and moving pictures. Can be synchronously broadcast (live) or asynchronously (previously recorded)…
    •  Since most people have watched television, the medium is familiar. Motion and visuals can be combined in a single format so that complex or abstract concepts can be illustrated through visual simulation. The old cliche "a picture is worth a thousand words" rings true. Instructional television is an effective way to take students to new environments (the moon, a foreign country, or through the lens of a microscope). Time and space can be collapsed, so that events can be captured and relayed as they happen. It is very effective for introducing, summarizing, and reviewing concepts. It can be used effectively as a motivational tool.
    •  Broadcast quality ITV is expensive to create. Video production is time consuming and can be technically demanding, often requiring relatively sophisticated production facilities and equipment. Sites choosing to interactively participate in an ITV program may require specialized equipment, facilities, and staffing. Most prepackaged ITV courses use a mass media approach to instruction aimed at the average student. As a result, they can be ineffective in serving students with special needs. When used passively, without interaction, its instructional effectiveness can be limited. Unless professionally produced, completed ITV programs often look amateurish. Once completed, ITV programs can be difficult to revise and update.
    •  Broadcasting entire lesson but the instructor and the students are separated (maybe also in different countries). Simulating normal classes (face to face) but with no interaction. The instructor can go in depth of the information like face to face.
    •  The ability of understanding and comprehending information presented via television. long-term exposure to the effects of television the effects of televised messages on the socialization of children. concern for receiving skills (media literacy)
    •  Research On Learning From Television. URL Distance Education: One Way Television With Simultaneous Telephone Group Conferencing Using Satellite Maps As A Monitoring Device. A Report To The Innovative Projects Fund. URL Sense Of Community In A Higher Education Television- based Distance Education Program. URL Effects of a television distance education course in computer science. URL Television in Distance Education : The Indian Scene. URL Teaching with Television: Assessing the Potential of Distance Education. URL
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Televisionhttp://www.bls.gov/oco/cg/cgs017.htmhttp://tojde.anadolu.edu.tr/tojde3/2/medihatxt.htmhttp://www.uiweb.uidaho.edu/eo/dist5.htmlhttp://www.aect.org/edtech/12.pdf