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UNIT III: TRENDS IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

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Transcript of UNIT III: TRENDS IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

UNIT III: TRENDS IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Audio Materials

WHAT IS AUDIO LEARNING?
* Audio learning employs audio delivery of learning material to teach students.
* It is also known as "learning out loud," and may speed up learning time significantly.
* Audio learning materials are easy to find and convenient to use. Listening to the material may be done anywhere at any time, and resources are widely available online and in book and department stores.
AUDIO LEARNING MEDIA
> Sound delights man; one can just imagine how drab life would be without sound.
> It lifts one’s spirit and soothes his emotions. It thrills him no end.
> More important is it serves as a powerful communication medium between persons- between a mother and a baby, between enemies or friends, between a teacher and a student.

EFFECTIVE USE OF
AUDIO LEARNING DEVICES

A place where students can listen to and study the sounds, pace, word groupings of a language, usually a foreign language , using audio tapes and playback equipment (Wittich and Schuller 1979).
This is where a major use of the tape recorder is put to work.

LANGUAGE
LABORATORIES

Some recordings, such as the magnetic tape recordings, can be easily erased by accident. To avoid this, in the case of cassette recordings, break the plastic clips at the outer sides of the cassette that pass through the tape head. This will make recordings permanent.
Some recordings require moderate to high equipment cost, complex installation, and continual maintenance for extensive individual facilities. Disc recordings, for instance, are exclusively produced for commercial purposes.
Recordings are principally audio materials. They appeal only to the extent that students have developed adequate listening skills. They can therefore be made more effective by using them in combination with other media that appeal to other senses such as sight and touch.
The instructional value of recordings is limited by the audiences' understanding of words and other audio resources on the recording.

LIMITATIONS OF
AUDIO
RECORDINGS

Ability to capture and store original sound.
Extreme flexibility in timing, reuse and availability of materials.
Ease in the operation of the a tape recorder.

ADVANTAGES
OF
RECORDINGS

(1) Disc recordings- have been used for instructional purposes for many years. They come in various sizes and spins at various rates.
- these materials were originally intended for the teaching of music. Later then adapted in the teaching of arts, social studies, and other areas of instruction, such as typing.
(2) Magnetic tape recordings- developed much earlier than the disc type and are of two types:
* reel-to-reel
* cassette

DEFINED:

Classified into two common types:
Disc recordings
Magnetic tape recordings

RECORDINGS

Serves as one a one-way communication medium only. Teachers and students cannot communicate with the radio teacher or announcer to clarify certain points.
Entails a relatively high initial cost.
Programs must be used “on schedule.” the teacher cannot control the timing of the radio lesson.
Radio use necessitates training in listening skills in as much as it is solely an audio medium.
Most radio broadcasts may not be directly related to the lesson at hand. It takes creativity and intelligence on the part of the teacher to correlate radio broadcasts with the day’s lesson.
Radio use entails problems of equipment maintenance such as spare parts, batteries, and others.

LIMITATIONS OF RADIO AS AN INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIUM

Can be used anywhere, with or without electricity.
One of the best means of bringing up-to-date news or current events w/c can be a basis of classroom discussion in social studies or other subjects.
Very convenient and economical way of getting ideas from experts or specialists.
Provide examples of good and bad speech.
Provide vicarious experiences with drama, travel, or daily happenings to other people.
Adaptable to large and small audiences in widely separated areas.

ADVANTAGES OF RADIO AS AN INSTRUCTIONAL TOOL

Despite the appearance of television in the educational and commercial scene, radio has not been relegated to a minor role. Especially in the rural areas of the country.

RADIO

Stereo
TV
Holograms
Hypergraphics


NEW
AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNOLOGIES

Projectors
Radio
Recordings


TRADITIONAL AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNOLOGIES

Sound delights man; one can just imagine how drab life would be without sound.
It lifts one’s spirit and soothes his emotions. It thrills him no end.
More important is it serves as a powerful communication medium between persons- between a mother and a baby, between enemies or friends, between a teacher and a student.

AUDIO LEARNING MEDIA

AUDIO MATERIALS

UNIT III: TRENDS IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
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