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June 26, 2019 Wednesday 06:09:35 PM IST

Audio-Visual Materials Help in Making Biology Learning Easier for Students

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Use of audio-visual materials makes biology learning easier for students, according to a new research study.

The students who were taught biology using audio-visual materials had a better grasp of the lessons taught compared to those who were taught using conventional methods. |

The finding also proves the hypothesis that information provided in the classroom should be addressed to three types of learners such as visual learner,auditory learner and kinaesthetic learner.

There was no difference in mean scores among boys and girls in biology learning using audio-visual materials. This proves that meaningful instructional approaches can be an effective solution to gender differences in science. Comparison of pre-test and post-test scores of students who had undergone audio-visual training were superior in interest development compared to conventional method of teaching.


The researchers pointed out that governments should ensure teachers get more audio-visual devices and schools should ensure that such content is integrated into curriculum.

Source:https://www.heliyon.com/article/e01812/



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