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Chapter 7 Instructional Aids and Training Technologies
Review Chapter 5 Teaching Methods Lecture Guided Discussion Demonstration Performance Group Learning Computer Based Training
Review Chapter 6 Critique and Evaluation
Characteristics of a Good Critique >Objective >Flexible >Acceptable >Comprehensive >Constructive >Organized >Thoughtful >Specific
Evaluation Has learning occurred? Evaluation –Oral Quizzes –Written test –Performance test
Written Test Characteristics of a good test –Reliable –Valid –Usable –Objective –Comprehensive –Discriminate
Instructional Aid Theory >Enhance main points >Usable bits >Simple
Advantages of Visual Aids >Retention of material >Overcome language barriers >Clarify relationships >Save time
Guidelines for Instructional Aids Support lesson objective Be student centered Build on previous lesson Be consistent with learning principles Appeal to students Maintain attention and interest
Guidelines for Instructional Aids Encourage student participation Provide stimuli and reinforcement Have high quality Be complete and accurate Contain appropriate terminology Be sequenced
Guidelines for Instructional Aids Be easy to understand Include safety precautions
Types of Instructional Aids
Chalk or Marker Board Advantages –Reusable –Joint instructor/student activity
Chalk or Marker Board Keep board clean Erase irrelevant material Keep required materials close Practice Write large Don’t overcrowd Keep it short and simple
Chalk or Marker Board Make one point at a time Make neat drawings Use colored markers Underline for emphasis Use upper part of board Stand to one side Use pointer Adjust lighting
Supplemental Printed Material Photos Pictures Drawings Murals Cartoons Charts Diagrams Graphs
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