School Use of Audio-Visual Instructional Materials
by James W. Brown & A. W. VanderMeer - 1949
This chapter aims to do four things: (1) to explain the logical relationship of these materials to the learning process; (2) to emphasize the need for their integration with some of the more traditional instructional materials in use in schools; (3) to describe the present use of audio-visual materials at different school levels and in different areas of the curriculum; and (4) to indicate some of the observable trends in the development and use of these materials.
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