Flashcards in Identifying, Incorporating & Evaluating Learning Resources Deck (3)
What is the difference between materials and learning resources?
Materials include, but are not limited to, classroom supplies; tangibles and manipulatives; costumes, props; art supplies; overhead projectors and, unless the class content is designed for operating them, computers.
Learning Resources reflect content information and take many forms. They include but are not limited to textbooks, workbooks, worksheets, websites,articles, and videos.
What selection criteria should be considered when choosing learning resources for a lesson?
Supports Standard, Goal and Objectives Accurate/Current Content
Age-appropriate Content Interest-Level for Student Engagement
Technical Quality User-Friendliness
Bias-Free Language User Guide/Directions