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  • 1. TOPIC: LEARNING AND INSTRUCTIONAL ELECTRONIC RESOURCES FOR NURSERY / PRIMARY SCHOOLS.
  • 2. What is Learning?  How can Learning be seen?  Factors that influence Learning?  What is an instructional resources?  What are the 3(three) classifications of instructional resource?  Types of Instructional resources?  What is an Instructional electronic resources?  Examples of Instructional electronic resources.  Advantages and Disadvantages of e – resources.
  • 3. What is Learning? Learning can be defined as any change of behaviour which is as a result of experiences and which causes people o face later situations differently; is a process by which we acquire and retain attitudes, knowledge, understanding, skills and capabilities. It can sometimes results from trial and error.
  • 4.  Learning can be seen as a (1) process  (2) product  As a process, it is the acquisition of useful knowledge, values and skills.  As a product, it is the observed attitudinal charge latitude here refers to the IGNORANT position one was before the learning, but which change with the new knowledge.
  • 5. Learning can be influenced by so many factors like a) Readiness b) Interest c) Maturity d) Motivation e) Drive
  • 6.  Instructional Resources for N/P Schools  Are human and non-human materials which supports a teacher to pass information to learners process of acquiring information, knowledge and learning that are used by both the pupils and teachers. Instructional resources are of different forms of information which are use to store, record, transmit or retrieve information for the purpose of teaching and learning. 
  • 7. Things to know about instructional resources for N/P schools include: a) classify them by their forms b) classify them by their functions c) classify them as a projected (as in slides, filmstrip or non-projected (as in models, puppets, books, journal) Instructional resources are a) Human and non-human resources Instructional resources are (i) Human and Non- human resources (ii) Audio, Visual and audio-visual resources
  • 8. Meaning of Instructional e-resources These are resources that involve the use of electricity for their starts, without the suply of electricity they can work be used as an instructional resources for learners Examples of instructional e- resources are: Television Projector Computer Projector screen Radio
  • 9. TELEVISION
  • 10. COMPUTER
  • 11. RADIO
  • 12. PROJECTOR
  • 13. PROJECTOR SCREEN
  • 14. Advantages of e-resources 1. It is use to receive a paper work, assignment from learners which are not written with the help of computer. 2. It help pupils to have a considerable experience with internet 3. It appends to the senses like sight, feels, feeling, hearing 4. It makes learning easier and retains knowledge 5. It bright color (I.e pictures, images, shown) attracts learner attention 6. Electronic resources makes class more efficient
  • 15. Disadvantages of e-resources 1. Cost is unbearable for pupils 2. Lack of training for operation 3. Lack of specialist personnel 4. Instability of power supply (electricity supply) 5. It exposes pupils to crime