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TEACHING AIDS. The thing which I hear ,I may forget . The thing which I see ,I may remember . The thing which I do , I can not forget. Indian Education Commission , 1964-66

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teaching aids

TEACHING AIDS

The thing which I hear ,I may forget .

The thing which I see ,I may remember .

The thing which I do , I can not forget.

Indian Education Commission , 1964-66

The supply of teaching aids to every school is essential for the improvement of the quality of teaching . It should indeed bring about an educational revolution in the country.

the psychology of using teaching aids
The psychology of using Teaching Aids

We learn-

1.0% through TASTE

1.5% through TOUCH

3.5% through SMELL

11.0% through HEARING

83.0% through SIGHT

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We Remember-

20% of what we HEAR

30% of what we SEE

50%of what we SEE & HEAR

80% of what we SAY

90% of what we SAY &DO

objectives
OBJECTIVES
  • To make teaching effective
  • To make learning interesting and profitable
  • To quicken the pace of learning
  • To foster the development of knowledge
  • To economize teacher's efforts
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  • To overcome possible hurdles during the act of teaching
  • To add variety & newness to the lesson
  • To simplify the complex phenomena
  • To make teaching interactive
  • To develop inquisitiveness among the learner to learn further
principles in the use of audio visual aids
Principles in the Use of Audio – Visual Aids
  • Principle of Preparation
  • Principle of Selection
  • Principle of Proper Presentation
  • Principle of Response
  • Principle of Physical Control
characteristcs
CHARACTERISTCS
  • Visible & according to local needs
  • Up-to-date
  • Portable & easy
  • Improvised
  • Motivating
  • Simple ,Cheep & easily available
  • Meaningful & Purposeful
  • Accurate truthful & Real
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Relative Effectiveness of Teaching Aids

Non-Projected

aids

Projected aids

Direct-experience

aids

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Word, Word, Word - - -

VERBAL

WHITE CHALK

Non - Projected

COLOURED CHALK

CHART

DISPLAY BOARDS

MEDOEL STATIC

Model

MODEL SECTIONAL

WORKING MODEL

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THREE DIMENSIONAL FIGURES

Projected

Aids

More

Effective

Than

Non- projected

Aids

EPIDIASCOPE

SLIDE PROJECTION B&W

COLOURED SLIDES

FILM STRIPS PROJECTION – B&W

Film strip

FILM STRIPS PROJECTION – COLDURED

OVER HEAD PROJECTORS

OHP

MOTION PICTURES – SILENT – B&W

FILM STRIPS PROJECTION – COLDURED

Motion Pictures

MOTION PICTURES – SOUND – COLORED

LOOP (CASSETTE) COLOUR FILMS

DEMONSTRATIONS TV

EXPERIMENTS

A

INDIVIDUAL DOING EXPERIMENTS

PROJECTS

EXCURSION, FIFLD TRIPS