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Communication and education, radio, language and communication, new audiovisual speech

Abstract

Chile is living an educational reform, specially in language and communication area, which is trying to make the new technologies available to schools and teachers. According to that, this paper exposes an experience called «Radio goes to school», in which Journalism students from North Catholic University teach radio contents and means to elementary school pupils. This means has been created in classroom by the university students and it has to be used as a teachinglearning proccess support.

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MENDIZ, H. (s/f): Documento publicado en el foro del Magíster en Comunicación y Educación de la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona,

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PÉREZ TORNERO, J.M. (2002): Discurso de inauguración del Magíster en Comunicación y Educación. Santiago de Chile, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

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Méndiz-Rojas, H. (2004). Communication and education joint. [La radio va a la escuela]. Comunicar, 22, 115-120. https://doi.org/10.3916/C22-2004-17

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