preparation and evaluation of instructional materials | Concept | Representation (Arts)Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. The instructional materials used in K science classes provide the basis for what students can learn and what teachers should teach. The process used to select those materials is critical to providing students and teachers with a solid foundation for achievement and successful teaching. This guide is designed to help school personnel review and select science instructional materials. Specifically, this guide will be most useful to anyone appointed to facilitate the process — for example, a district or state science program administrator, a science department head, or a school principal. The facilitator will work with both the review and selection teams and eventually will seek approval from a school board, advisory board, or principal.
A Documentary of The Evolution of Instructional Materials
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Course No. Course Description:. This course is designed for teams of students to develop instructional materials. It will provide the context and focus for the materials. Students will identify an important learning objective that learners have difficulty achieving in a given learning situation, then develop a needs analysis tool about the source of the problem, design instructional materials and ways to implement them in order to address the problem in an inclusive way, and design an evaluation plan. At each step the process will be grounded in the foundational knowledge that exists in the disciplinary and educational literature. The course format will be interactive and collaborative.
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What is in this course? Selecting your instructional material Guidelines to consider in selecting, preparing and using instructional materials Tips for teachers in preparing, using and developing instructional materials Other definition of instructional material These are materials that are use to aid in the transference of information from one to another. These instructional materials could include power point presentations visual aids , books, articles, materials for project development. Content that conveys the essential knowledge and skills of a subject in the school curriculum through a medium or a combination of media for conveying information to a student. Using chalk or marker board Keep it clean Write or draw large enough for everyone in the group to see. Use colored chalk or marker for emphasis.