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Guidelines in Using Instructional Materials

  1. 1. Guidelines in using Instructional Materials Prepared by: Karen M. Madjos
  2. 2. Instructional Aid must be planned based on its ability to support a specific point in a lesson
  3. 3. In selecting IMs, the following criteria must be followed: •1. Instructional materials should support the educational philosophy, goals, objectives of the Department and the objectives of the curricular offering in which the materials will be used.
  4. 4. In selecting IMs, the following criteria must be followed: •2. Instructional materials should be appropriate for the age, emotional and social development, and ability level of the students for whom the materials are selected.
  5. 5. In selecting IMs, the following criteria must be followed: •3. Instructional materials should be diverse with respect to levels of difficulty, reader appeal, and should present a variety of points of view.
  6. 6. In selecting IMs, the following criteria must be followed: •4. Instructional materials should meet high standards of quality in factual content and presentation.
  7. 7. In selecting IMs, the following criteria must be followed: • 5. Instructional materials should foster respect for men, women, the disabled, and minority groups and should portray a variety of roles and life styles open to people in today’s world. It should foster respect for cultural diversity.
  8. 8. In selecting IMs, the following criteria must be followed: • 6. Instructional materials should be designed to motivate students to examine their own attitudes and behaviors and to comprehend their own duties, responsibilities, rights, and privileges as participating citizens in pluralistic society.
  9. 9. In selecting IMs, the following criteria must be followed: • 7. Instructional materials should encourage students to utilize higher order thinking skills and to become informed decision-makers, to exercise freedom of thought and to make independent judgments though examination and evaluation of relevant information, evidence and differing viewpoints.
  10. 10. In selecting IMs, the following criteria must be followed: • 8. Instructional materials should be selected into taking account instructional materials already available in order to meet the above criteria and in order to replace materials worn, obsolete or no longer appropriate. Professional staff shall provide for constant an continuing renewal of the collection not only by the addition of up-to-date material, but by the judicious elimination of materials which no longer meet needs or find use.
  11. 11. A simple process can be used to determine if and where instructional aids are necessary. 1. Clearly established the lesson objective. Be certain of what is to be communicated.
  12. 12. A simple process can be used to determine if and where instructional aids are necessary. 2. Gather the necessary data by researching for support material. This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
  13. 13. A simple process can be used to determine if and where instructional aids are necessary. 3. Organize the material into ang outline or a lesson plan.
  14. 14. A simple process can be used to determine if and where instructional aids are necessary. 4. Select the ideas to be supported with instructional aids. This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA-NC
  15. 15. The following are guidelines in the selection of instructional materials or aids: Size Color Durability Economy Easy to Handle Relevance Novelty
  16. 16. Guidelines in Using Instructional Materials • Size Is the materials (text or picture) big enough to be seen by the farthest pupil? This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND
  17. 17. Guidelines in Using Instructional Materials • Size Is relativity of size of pictures observed when it is viewed with other materials o pictures?
  18. 18. Guidelines in Using Instructional Materials • Color Is the material colorful? Pupils are attracted by bright and dark colors. And if so, is the choice of colors life-like and harmonious. This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY
  19. 19. Guidelines in Using Instructional Materials •Color Does the color facilitate understanding? This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA-NC
  20. 20. Guidelines in Using Instructional Materials • Duration Can the material stand several uses? Can it be used over and over again? (Traditional or technologies)
  21. 21. Guidelines in Using Instructional Materials • Economy Is the material worth its costs? Or can a cheaper material in terms of time spent in preparing it and in terms of the cash value be used? This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
  22. 22. Guidelines in Using Instructional Materials • Easy to Handle Is the material light and easy to manipulate? Is it easy to put up and then and store for future use? This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC
  23. 23. Guidelines in Using Instructional Materials •Relevance Is the Material up to date?
  24. 24. Guidelines in Using Instructional Materials • Relevance Is it related to the lesson in particular to the specific needs, problems, and experiences of the learners? This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY
  25. 25. Guidelines in Using Instructional Materials • Novelty Does the materials update? Can it arouse the curiosity and a sense of discovery in the learners? This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA-NC
  26. 26. THANK YOU Guidelines in using Instructional Materials
  27. 27. REFERENCES: • Teaching Educational Technology By Candelaria D. Garo • Instructional Aids an Training Technologies https://www.flightliteracy.com/instructional-aids-and-training-technologies- part-one

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