IM­POR­TANCE OF IN­STRUC­TIONAL MA­TE­RI­ALS IN TEACH­ING

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In­struc­tional ma­te­ri­als re­fer to hu­man and non-hu­man ma­te­ri­als and even fa­cil­i­ties that can be used to ease, en­cour­age, im­prove and pro­mote teach­ing and learn­ing ac­tiv­i­ties. These are ma­te­ri­als used in the process of in­struc­tion.

Ev­ery teacher needs sup­plies and re­sources to have a suc­cess­ful class­room man­age­ment. Teach­ing ma­te­ri­als are tools used in ed­u­ca­tional pro­grams in­clud­ing ac­tive learn­ing and assess­ment. Writ­ing pa­per and in­spir­ing wall signs are use­ful items in the class­room, but they are not in­struc­tional ma­te­ri­als.

Teach­ing ma­te­ri­als are re­ally im­por­tant to sup­port stu­dent’s learn­ing and in­crease stu­dent’s suc­cess. Such in­struc­tional ma­te­ri­als im­prove stu­dent’s knowl­edge, abil­i­ties and skills.

Thus, ed­u­ca­tional re­sources mon­i­tor learner’s as­sim­i­la­tion and con­trib­ute to his over­all de­vel­op­ment and up­bring­ing.

In ad­di­tion to, uti­liza­tion of in­struc­tional ma­te­ri­als pro­mote the un­der­stand­ing of teach­ing-learn­ing process be­tween the teacher and stu­dent. When the in­struc­tional ma­te­ri­als are uti­lized prop­erly and ef­fec­tively there will be con­crete and re­al­is­tic ex­pe­ri­ence in the learn­ing cy­cle.

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