Table of Contents
- 1 What are advantages of instructional materials?
- 2 What are the benefits of instructional materials to students?
- 3 What is the importance of interactive instructional materials?
- 4 What are self-instructional materials?
- 5 What happens if you don’t have instructional material?
- 6 What are the disadvantages of teacher made materials?
What are advantages of instructional materials?
Instructional materials constitute alternative channels of communication, which a teacher can use to convey more vividly instructional information to learners. They represent a range of materials which can be used to ‘extend the range of vicarious experience’ of learners in a teaching-learning situation.
What are the benefits of instructional materials to students?
Instructional materials make learning more interesting, practical, realistic and appealing. They also enable both the teachers and students to participate actively and effectively in lesson sessions. They give room for acquisition of skills and knowledge and development of self- confidence and self- actualization.
What are the advantages of instructional strategies?
Educators who use instructional strategies allow students to make meaningful connections between concepts learned in class and real-life situations. They offer an opportunity for students to demonstrate their knowledge and course correct on their own when needed.
What are the problems of instructional materials?
The results reveals that the challenges of using instructional materials are non-availability of materials, laziness of the teachers, lack of skill and strategies, financial constraint, lack of appropriate materials in textbook, time constraint, lack of support from authority, lack of geography resource room etc.
What is the importance of interactive instructional materials?
Teach the more straight forward factual aspects of your subject, therefore freeing contact time for more complex or contested ideas. Prepare students for lectures or lab work. Facilitate consolidation and revision.
What are self-instructional materials?
Any kind of print material is considered as self-learning, self-instructional or learner-centered which identifies the ways of teaching learning process and accordingly learning materials and experiences are designed to meet learners’ needs. Self-study and assignments are key components of self-instructional materials.
What are the advantages of using instructional materials?
Relevance: Materials can be produced that are directly relevant to students’ and institutional needs and that reflect local content, issues, and concerns. Develop expertise: Developing materials can help develop expertise among staff, giving them a greater understanding of the characteristics of effective materials.
What are the advantages of institutional derived materials?
There are a number of advantages to using institutionally derived or teacher derived materials for a course: Relevance: Materials can be produced that are directly relevant to students’ and institutional needs and that reflect local content, issues, and concerns.
What happens if you don’t have instructional material?
Without instructional material you have a very steep learning curve, loose time, money, maybee your head, but you will learn more than taking the approach others have paved for you. The drawback of instructional material may be, that you stop thinking, and fail if you restict yourself on material, which may be insufficient.
What are the disadvantages of teacher made materials?
However there are also potential disadvantages: Cost: Quality materials take time to produce and adequate staff time as well as resources need to be allocated. Quality: Teacher-made materials will not normally have the same standard of design and production as commercial materials and hence may not present the same image as commercial materials.