4 edition of Educational television across Canada found in the catalog.
Educational television across Canada
by Metropolitan Educational Television Association of Toronto in Toronto]
Written in English
First-3d eds., 1962-1964/65 issued by the Metropolitan Educational Television Association of Toronto under title: ETV across Canada; 4th ed., 1966, had title: Educational television, Canada.
|Statement||edited by Earl Rosen and Elizabeth Whelpdale.|
|Contributions||Whelpdale, Elizabeth, joint author., Metropolitan Educational Television Association of Toronto.|
|LC Classifications||LB1044.7 .R63 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||71491857|
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Description: 95 pages illustrations 24 cm: Responsibility: edited by Earl Rosen and Elizabeth Whelpdale. This report of a survey of educational television (ETV) in Canada presents information in seven sections.
The first section, dealing with ETV in the schools, describes programs for national and local levels, the number and types of viewers of ETV, inservice workshops for teachers in how to use ETV, policy plans for equal opportunity among the provinces in using broadcasts, and special Author: Earl Rosen, Elizabeth Whelpdale.
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