Office of Distance Education Foundation through Satellite under the royal patronage

Located at 214 Nakhon Sawan Road, Wat Sommanat Subdistrict

Fortress area of ​​the enemy defeated Bangkok 10100

Telephone 02 282 6734, Fax 02 282 6735

Distance Learning Foundation under The Royal Patronage

214 Nakhorn Sawan Road, Watsommanat Sub-District, Pom Prap Sattru Phai District, Bangkok 10100

Tel. 02 282 6734 Fax : 02 282 6735

E-mail : info@dltv.ac.th

>> History and Background
Distance Education Foundation through Satellite under the royal patronage Established with the grace of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, whose aspirations were to provide education for the people thoroughly, equitably and with quality with the most modern technology at that time. to reduce inequality in education solve the problem of teacher shortages inadequate teacher and teachers do not match their majors especially schools in remote areas His Majesty therefore bestowed 50 million baht on his personal funds and granted royal permission to use the emblem to celebrate the 50th anniversary of His Majesty’s accession to the throne in 1996 as the symbol of the Satellite Distance Education Foundation. under the patronage of His Majesty the King

Distance Education Foundation through Satellite under the royal patronage Start broadcasting distance learning via satellite (Distance Learning Television: DLTV) for the first time on December 5, 1995 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of His Majesty the King’s accession to the throne in the year of the Golden Jubilee of 1996. Broadcasting Live teaching and learning for grades 1 to 6 from Wang Klai Kangwon School Under Royal Patronage, Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province as well as vocational education continuously for more than 20 years

with his genius and long-sighted vision and steadfast determination According to the Royal Command of His Majesty King Vajiraklao Chao Yu Hua, “We will inherit, maintain and build upon and reign with righteousness. For the benefit and happiness of the people forever . He also fully understands the technological advancements of today’s era. Under the royal patronage of the new set and granting royal permission to further develop and modernize the operation, but still adhere to the royal father’s approach to solve the problem of educational inequality to be more effective Education must build Thai people to have 4 important characteristics: having a good and right attitude; Have a solid life foundation, have a career, have a job, and be a good citizen with discipline. Promote lifelong learning, both in general and vocational fields, in line with the world’s educational situation for people of all groups and ages.

Under the administration of the Board of Directors of the Distance Education Foundation through Satellite under the Royal Patronage led by Gen. Dapong Ratanasuwan, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Foundation introducing the royal policy of His Majesty the King to practice There has been a development of a new operating system, both within the organization’s management structure. and broadcasting system for distance teaching via satellite (NEW DLTV) to accommodate the global situation and changing technology. go fast By developing and extending the operation of providing distance education via satellite continuously and concretely Five important developments and changes occurred:

1. Adjust the broadcast schedule to cover lifelong learning.

Broadcast on 15 channels, 24 hours a day, for people of all groups and ages during 08.30 – 14.30 hrs., from the original broadcast of primary grade 1 to grade 6, to be broadcast from early childhood grade 1 to grade 12. 3 Because it is found that Thailand’s early childhood education is very inequality that makes children unable to develop according to their age. In addition, most secondary schools today have full teachers. But there are also schools that expand the opportunity to teach at the level Grade 1 to Grade 3 who still need help

Programs outside school hours from 2:30 p.m. onwards, divided by types of knowledge according to channels, such as ‘The Monarchy Program’ ‘Knowledge around the world’ ‘Science and Technology Program’ ‘Nature and Environment Program’ ‘ Programs for children’, ‘elderly programs’, ‘Teacher Professional Development’, etc., with support from both the public and private sectors.

2. Change the broadcasting system. From Standard Definition (SD) to High Definition (HD)

so that the destination school can get a clear picture of teaching and learning And change the production system using modern technology today for more efficient broadcasting

3. Improve the station building and primary classroom Including the development of teaching materials to be up-to-date.

To maximize the learning potential for students in the original classroom and students in the destination school across the country to the maximum. It also develops teachers and technical staff. In order to be able to work effectively in media and teaching work, the Foundation has renovated a new building for distance learning satellite television stations. It is a 3-storey building consisting of 6 broadcasting classrooms, a broadcast control room editing room Virtual scene recording room different laboratories

4. Change the production process (Production) from live broadcast to tape recording.

The shoot was planned, storyboards were created, the perspective between the teachers and the production team was set up, and the graphic design was interesting. academically correct In addition, the program can be edited to make it as complete as possible and before uploading the list to the website for the destination teacher to view and prepare for teaching 3 days in advance, as well as being able to download teaching plans, worksheets, various media from the foundation’s website. as well

5. Add broadcasting channels

able to watch both satellite TV systems Online system on the Foundation’s website www.dltv.ac.th, DLTV application and YouTube channel DLTV 1 Channel – DLTV 12 Channel and DLTV 15 Channel for convenient and easier viewing anywhere, anytime.

Nowadays, “New DLTV” reaches people of all groups and ages, especially groups of small schools located in more than 31,000 rural areas, including schools under the Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC), schools under the Office of the National Education Commission. Private Education Promotion Commission Department of General Education (NEW), schools under the local government organization (LAO) as well as schools under the Office of Non-formal Education and Informal Education (NFE) throughout the period of operation resulting in the number of teachers and more than one million five hundred thousand students who have been given the opportunity with the grace of His Majesty the King This allows all groups of people to have access to quality education thoroughly and equally.

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