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    Principles of Use of Audio /  Principles of Use of Audio /  Visual Aids Visual Aids Dr.Pushpa Raj Sharma Dr.Pushpa Raj Sharma Professor of Child Health Professor of Child Health
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Objectives At the end of presentation you will be able to: Define learning resources List learning resources Choose the most appropriate audio / visual aids.
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Define Learning The process by which relatively permanent changes occur  in behavioral potential as a result of experience.  (Anderson)  The process of acquiring knowledge, attitudes, or skills  from study ,instruction, or experience. (Miller &Findlay)
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Define Resources The term, resources, is normally used to describe  funds. "A source of supply or support; available means"  (Webster’s). In medical education it is used for supports that  helps in teaching.
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What are learning resources The inputs used in the process of acquiring  knowledge, attitudes, or skills from study  ,instruction, or experience.   They could be classified as electronic or non  electronic
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Learning Resources Non electric Books Handouts Chalk and board Nankeens Models Flip charts Electric Over head projector Slide projector Computer
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One picture worth ten thousand words: old  Chinese Proverb. I believe you can talk for  thirty minutes on  this  cartoon.
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Most people believe that a presentation with  visual aids is more persuasive.   improve communication effectiveness  improve audience’s perceptions of presenter  improve speaker’s confidence ( A Study of the Effects of the Use of Overhead Transparencies on Business Meetings, Wharton Applied Research Center, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 1981;  Vogel, Douglas R., Gary W. Dickson, and John A. Lehman, Persuasion and the Role of Visual Presentation Support: The UM/3M Study, 1986) Support: 1986) ),
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The wonder of PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint is not synonymous with presenting or  teaching, with visual aids or even with a  computer projector. An effective presenter must be 
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2011 for the course STEP 1 taught by Professor Dr.aslam during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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