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Oscar M. Lopez
Chairman, Lopez Group Foundation, Inc.

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KCFI interns help animate books for young learners

Jul 14, 2019
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Lopez Group Foundation

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Public school children will soon be able to enjoy learning from new materials developed by multimedia arts students who took part in Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc.’s (KCFI) internship program.

KCFI president and executive director Rina Lopez-Bautista said: “Our interns have been playing significant and pivotal roles in achieving Knowledge Channel’s vision. They have made significant contributions for KCFI in animation, software development, marketing and communication, and other outputs that benefit our Filipino learners and teachers. It is not just about the work they do but the impact they make on the public school system and, subsequently, on the country.”

KCFI has a program, “Basa Bilang,” that aims to educate Grades 1 to 3 learners on oracy, beginning reading in English and Filipino, and early numeracy through animated videos.

Most of the 168 interns collaborated with animation developers to animate Department of Education-prescribed textbooks and children’s stories to be shown on air via Knowledge Channel, online through www.knowledgechannel.org and offline through the Knowledge Channel Portable Media Library. They also assisted in engaging school communities and produced marketing materials for the educational animation videos.

The internship’s success led to the creation of a volunteer component of the program—the Knowledge Channel Volunteer and Internship Program or KCVIP. Alongside this is the announcement of the senior high school immersion component.

KCFI aims to develop more videos for primary-grade beginning reading and math in the next three years to help improve student proficiencies in these subjects.