PILOT TRANSMISSION & OBJECTIVES
The year 2013 to 2014 was devoted to the pilot testing of teaching and learning materials produced and transmission equipment installed, to determine their appropriateness and efficiency before large-scale implementation. Ten schools were initially selected for the pilot project. At the end of the academic year, a study was conducted on the test broadcasting as well as the teaching and learning process and the following observations were made:
1.Pupils became attentive and participated actively in the lesson.
2.Pupils’ interest in the Cafdil program made the children stay in the classroom.
3.The CAFDIL project reduced truancy/absenteeism drastically.
4.Over-enrollment in primary one became a problem because more parents were sending their children into the school.