TV and Radio Broadcasting Classes
Primary School Teachers Continuing Professional Development
Keywords:continuing professional education, tv and radio broadcasting classes, primary teacher, Angola
This action approach study analysed how TV and Radio broadcasting classes influenced primary school teachers continuing professional development. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Angolan Ministry of Education offered its primary school teachers an opportunity to attend a distance continuing professional development activity through the Angolan Public Television (TPA) and Angolan National Radio (RNA). The study concluded that TV and Radio broadcasting classes' practical aspects improved significantly primary teachers’ procedures, such as content organization, content contextualization, and following classroom methodological approach. In addition to that, the study also showed that teacher support and guidance allowed primary school teachers to reflect on their pedagogical skills.
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