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Faustino, Aldin B. Assignment in Educational Technology
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What kind of Teaching Aids are the most effective for your study and why?

As a high school student the most effective teaching aid is the use of audio-visual aids like mini-movie and video clips. It is more enjoyable and entertaining for us. But it is just use in sometime in our school. I also like visual aids, like pictures and charts especially when they are colorful, because it makes me motivated to listen to my teacher.

-Kien Zavier B. Pula (Fourth year student from Minuyan National High School)

What kind of teaching Aids are the most effective for your teaching and why?

For me, the most effective teaching aid is the use of audio-visual aid for the reason that it catches most of the learner’s attention. Most of the students nowadays are interested in motion pictures and visuals which are colorful and the same time its better if they also hear what it is all about. In addition it helps a lot to us, teachers because it gives us less effort in presenting the lesson to the students particularly to me as a history teacher it is an advantage to use audio-visual so that the students could easily understand the lesson with the use of different films to discuss about history. But the uses of traditional visual-aids are still very useful, especially in the public schools.

-Ruth Baudin Banzuela (Third year History teacher at San Pablo City National High…...

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