audio-visual aids

audio-visual aids

Equipment and/or materials used in training, demonstrations, or teaching, which employ sight and sound simultaneously.
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Al-Waleed bin Saeed Al-Hinai, Director of the General Directorate of Education, Dhofar, said, "We are very grateful to Raysut Cement for its valuable initiative in providing audio-visual aids to a group of students suffering from severe hearing and sight impairment.
It lacks foreign magazines, not to speak of audio-visual aids that have become part and parcel of modern education.
Contract notice: provision of audio-visual aids (dvds) necessary for the needs of the university hospital group west paris
The results revealed that district teacher educators were effective in terms of upgrading the PSTs' knowledge and skills by improving the areas of lesson planning, and lesson presentation, but relatively less effective for the use of audio-visual aids and activity-based teaching and assessment technique.
Students' attitudes towards the use of audio-visual aids during didactic lecture in pharmacology.
Use of combination of audio-visual aids in lectures was liked by students.
The rapid growth of private schools has created a sense of some relief among the people and it is thought that ills of education might be washed away by this swift replacement of private schools where English is being taught from kindergarten and language skills are effectively developed with the use of modern audio-visual aids.
The exhibition offers a wide range of painting and photography works in order to blend the various media means with audio-visual aids that would address the exciting topics that instilled deep thinking and eye-opening philosophies.
Impact of audio-visual aids on senior high school students' achievement in physics.
The present case is presented in the context of the post-operative rehabilitation of tendon transfer surgery of the hand and the use of audio-visual aids in teaching isolation exercises.
It describes the presentation of history in museums, archives, and heritage centers; methods of communication in public history, such as exhibitions, audio-visual aids, and outreach events; teaching history in schools; community projects, including oral history projects, heritage trails, and community archives research; the use of media, including popular writing, books, radio, films, and television; the role of historians and history in politics and government; and the use of internet-based digital media.
This is where ADI Studio builds the bridge of strong communication through 3D Animation and other audio-visual aids.

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