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A group is any collection of people who are brought into a social relationship with one another.
Group dynamics refers to all that it takes to form a group. The life of every living being consists of group life, e.g. life in the family to the school, school to secondary, to university, to work station, etc. This refers to group changes made in the life of individual as he/she joins the group. Watch Video
Lesson plan is a preparation well ahead of time so that the teacher may be adequately informed on the possible problems that may arise and to source for necessary teaching materials before the lessons are taught.
Lesson plan is a planned amount of subject matter and learning experiences which the teacher communicates to the learners showing details of how the instruction will take place within a lesson period. It has two kinds, namely: unit plan and daily plan. Watch Video
Classroom observation: Of all the various aspects of the activities of a school that comes within an inspector’s purview, none calls for greater caution and tact than classroom observation. The following are the components of learning on which an inspector should focus while assessing the effectiveness of the way a subject is taught in a school:
Multimedia simply means a combination of media for a given instructional purpose. It is often necessary to combine two or more media for instruction.
Sound-slide combination: It combines two components of sound and visuals either in the same machine or tape recorder. May be used separately from the slide or film strip project.
8mm film-audio cassette is accompanied with an audio-cassette. In it, sound and pictures are separated into two individual’s packages.
Multi-media (learning) is a collection of learning / learning materials involving more than one type of medium and organized around a single topic, e.g. films trip audio-tape, still-pictures, video, and images. Watch Video
It started with Visual Instruction which emphasised the use of visual material to make more concrete the abstract ideas being taught; classified the types of visual aids and emphasised the need to integrate visual materials with instruction.
From Visual Instruction to Audio Instruction – had impetus from the coming of sound recording motion pictures. Both visual and audio visual instruction movements emphasised “things, sense and correctness”.
From Audio Visual Inspection to Communication – emphasis began to shift from devices (equipment) and materials to the process of communicating information from source (teacher) to the receiver (learner)
From Audio Visual Instruction to Early System Concepts – the systems concept of educational technology revolutionised the field with its emphasis on the identification and integration of components of a system with a view to increasing system efficiency.
The communication and system concepts above were the two dominant features and characteristics in the field in the early 1960s.
Audio Visual Communication – Synthesising communications and early system concepts: The planning, production, selection, management and utilisation of the components of the entire instructional system were now emphasized. Watch Video
Aims of comparative education. Objectives of comparative education