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Chapter 4 learning media


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Chapter 4 learning media

  1. 1. Chapter 4 Learning Media LOGO
  2. 2. Present By Kanom krok
  3. 3. Mission 1 Apply your knowledge about teaching. To learn how to manage. To support the learning and development of each student to be effective, Student center, Self construction
  4. 4. Learning Styles Panadda: Be diligent, loves to read books. She said that I understand the contents of the book rather than listening to teacher explain. Riangchai: learning new things, investigate, like what amazing and challenging activities. lack imagination he cannot catch of the visual image or the real thing in classroom cause he learned slowly. Morakot: Sarirat: She does not like studying from a text book. Because in time she will listen to the teacher lecture. Understand and try to capture the important issues while learning the process of solving. She must understand that time Without going back to read more books, etc.
  5. 5. Learner Panadda Riangchai Morakot Sarirat Media The media can be a very content. Because student can self study, such as Document, Technology Media. the media in a new problem activities. To help the student investigate, such as Media activities / processes The media for student study after class such as Technology Media. Activities in classroom such as Media activities / processes
  6. 6. The current to find the word "teaching materials" with the word "learning media" as students continue to step out to a teacher new era of quality to describe the two terms the same or different.
  7. 7. Mission 2 Teaching materials is an individual, activity, tool or technique that is used as a medium for teachers to transfer knowledge to students effectively. Learning media is tools or everything around learners that allow learners to learn, encourages the development of intellectual potential. The opportunity to learn on their own and can learn continuously throughout life.
  8. 8. Mission 2 Characteristics of teaching materials and learning media include materials, technology, various methods are intended to provide Learners have knowledge.
  9. 9. Mission 2 Teaching materials focuses on conveying Role of content knowledge learning from the teacher to the learner packaged content Design knowledge and skills including experience Learning media focused on learners interact to create a selflearning process promotes critical thinking, knowledge creation and problem solving
  10. 10. Mission 3 : Design learning materials that are consistent with your learning. Topic : Ionic & Covalent Bonding Mahaffy (2004) is of the view that mastery of concepts in chemistry involves the ability to understand the chemistry at all three (macroscopic, submicroscopic and symbolic) levels. 1.Teaching should start and focus on the macroscopic level. 2.Each level; macroscopic, symbolic and submicroscopic should be explained separately and given equal attention during teaching and learning. 3.Inter-relationship between the three levels must be made explicit to students. Mahaffy, P. (2004). The future shape of chemistry education.Chemistry Education Research and Practice 5 (3), 229-245.
  11. 11. Mission 3 Engagement used animation
  12. 12. Mission 3 Used Simulation involves the ability to understand macroscopic and submicroscopic levels.
  13. 13. Mission 3 Worksheet
  14. 14. Members of Kanom krok Miss Kanokkhwan  Miss Jaroonlak  Mr. Teetawat  Miss Chunthanet  Miss Sarunya  Mr. Proranat  Miss Pattiya  Marayat Worakhot Najantad Nasaro Pinatuwong Yakum Pong-aram 565050305-4 565050310-1 565050315-1 565050327-4 565050340-2 565050278-1 565050281-2
  15. 15. Thank You