|Author||Garden Africa Films|
|Published by||Garden Africa Films|
|Abstract||As an introduction, this film shows how NGOs use the Living Classroom series as integral to their training, using pause-points and practical lessons outside to encourage thinking about different ideas and techniques. When the films were piloted with farmers in Swaziland, data was captured on changes in participant knowledge and comprehension. Without prior knowledge on the topic/film, the knowledge baseline was 24%; after watching the film once without pausing for discussion, this increased to 57%; and when facilitated with pause-points for discussion, this increased to 78%. Using Living Classroom films as part of facilitated co-learning therefore represented an increase of over 300%. This film shows how Swazi NGO, Guba has used the Living Classroom, as part of its interactive facilitation.|
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