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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de Leon, audio-visual aids technician IV; Outstanding Senior Technical Staff: Rodolfo P.
[3] So, lectures can be supplemented with audio-visual aids for better illustrations, clarity and learning.
Regarding eight parts of the questionnaire, the Cronbach's alpha values stood at: 0.9 for general professional teaching skills (12 items); 0.6 for each lesson planning (7 items) and teaching methods (13 items); 0.7 for audio-visual aids (6 items); 0.6 for students' activities (4 items), 0.8 for students' formative assessment by teacher (4 items); 0.6 for course coverage of theory (3 items); and 0.8 for course coverage of practical (3 items).
But approaching schools to incorporate the study of robotics might sound like a losing battle as most haven't even gotten to using simple audio-visual aids.
Similarly, Section 12 deals with the sale of buildings: 'No builder shall sell or advertise for sale any building, through any audio-visual aids or any other means before he has obtained approval in writing of the Authority, and he shall mention such fact in the advertisement which will further specify all such details about the building as may be prescribed.'
Majority of the students (78%) wanted the faculty members to make more use of audio-visual aids for effective learning [Table 1].
Muscat: An agreement to fund and provide audio-visual aids, for a cost of OMR42,000, for visually and hearing-impaired students in Dhofar, was signed by Raysut Cement company.
It lacks foreign magazines, not to speak of audio-visual aids that have become part and parcel of modern education.
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.
Use of combination of audio-visual aids in lectures was liked by students.
It was made effective with the help of audio-visual aids because the teachers were frequently sent to attend seminars and training programs.

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