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On Internet Resources—Module 6

    The Internet is very useful to us in this Information Age. However, this will also be dangerous to us. Information on the internet are not all facts, valid, and reliable. We need to evaluate its reliability and validity.... Continue Reading →

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Audio Resources—Module 5

    Listening and hearing are different. Listening entails comprehension, hearing is just merely our physiological action on the stimuli present in our surroundings. (Smaldino et. al., 2004) You know guys, listening, for me, is our present generation’s main problem.... Continue Reading →

Activity 4—Evaluation of an Audio Material

    Audio Material: http://cdn-media1.teachertube.com/audio604/10891.mp3 Description: According to the uploader (Ms. Alao, 2017), the audio teaches the students on “how to make connections to trigonometric ratios by [tell]ing how to construct equivalents.” Evaluation: From the rubric presented by Smaldino et.... Continue Reading →

Projected and Non-Projected Materials—Module 4

    Projected and non-projected materials—the first time I heard that module 4 is about these, I really quite interested and excited. I expected that I would learn the guidelines of making those kinds of materials. And guess what! I... Continue Reading →

Activity 3.2-Module 4

Evaluation of Non-Projected Material I took the material at https://www.google.com.ph/search?q=sample+of+visual+aid+in+science&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi86ePgj5LUAhWBx7wKHWQ-A-AQ_AUIBigB&biw=1366&bih=638#tbm=isch&q=sample+of+chart+science&imgrc=oPt-QZNpsIP8UM: ELEMENTS Visual Elements The poster shows a well graphical presentation of each kind of “push”. It is good for the audience from pre-school to grades 1 to 3. I think... Continue Reading →

Activity 3.1-Module 4

Five recommendations on how educational institutions may promote or integrate visual literacy into their curriculum or education programs: The institution must provide specific guidelines on analyzing and decoding a visual aid. According to Smaldino et. al. (2004), “learners must be... Continue Reading →

On Print Media—Module 3

  Hi, everyone! Today, I just finished my activity on module 3. You know guys, I also really enjoy this module, its readings, and its activity. Why? I found this important to me as a student and also as a... Continue Reading →

An evaluation of the effectiveness based on the design of a study guide created by Utah State University

An evaluation of the effectiveness based on the design of a study guide created by Utah State University Lexter J. Mangubat University of the Philippine Open University EDS 151—Instructional Media Resource Module 3—Print Media| Activity 2   Upon searching on... Continue Reading →

Reflections on Technology Integration in Instruction—Module 2

Hi, everyone! At last, I have finished module 2, it is quite a bit “tasky” (requires many task) module but I find it enjoying and crucial. Even though I have exerted a much more effort and time here in the... Continue Reading →

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