Using Community Radio for Non-Formal Education
The main limitations to any approach are the number of local and community radio stations willing and able to involve themselves in education, the willingness of educational organisations to explore the technology, and the availability of funding and other sources. Otherwise, the opportunities to use community radio for non-formal education can only be limited by the educator's imagination
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Educating grassroots girls and women through Community Learning Programme: CLP using Community Radio in Bangladesh Sabuj, Saifuddin (2013-11)The primary education system in Bangladesh is one of the largest systems in the world. Though the country has undertaken a number of measures to improve primary education since its independence, recent Ministry of Primary ...
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Nagaoka, Chizuko; Karki, Manohar (Commonwealth of Learning, 2014)This paper examines the literacy and post-literacy needs of rural women in Nepal, describes a pilot study in using community radio to supplement a classroom-based post-literacy programme for these women, analyses the ...
Rahman, Mizanoor; Panda, Santosh (2013-11)Bangladesh Open University (BOU) runs both formal and non-formal education (NFE) programmes using open and distance learning (ODL) mode where broadcast media (radio-TV) plays a vital role. BOU extensively uses electronic ...
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