|Statement||published in cooperation with the Association of American Publishers|
|Contributions||Association of American Publishers|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p ;|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||72187542|
This book charts procedures for the selection and purchase of instructional materials and related services for the public schools of the United States. It is addressed to school board members, . Teaching aids and Instructional materials. Teaching aids (TAs): Teaching aids are objects (such as a book, picture, or map) or devices (such as a DVD or computer) used by a teacher to enhance or enliven classroom instruction . Selecting Instructional Materials explores how purchasing decisions are influenced by parent attitudes, political considerations, and the marketing skills of those who produce and sell science teaching materials. being purchased. The purchase of textbooks and instructional materials must follow the state purchasing procedures if textbooks are not under state contract. 2. Non-Public Schools Textbooks that are not on the state-adopted textbook and instructional material .
Examples of instructional materials include books, pamphlets, games, maps, textbooks, musical scores, notebooks, films and videos. Instructional materials can also include . material. To select a material for a specific learner, the learner1 s characteristics are examined by using the same set of criteria. When the crite:ria characteristics of the learner and the material are compatible, this should indicate an ap propriate selection. Who should evaluate materials? Evaluation of materials . KRS establishes, and other related statutes reference, the State Textbook Commission (STC) which was created to aid districts and schools with instructional materials selection and purchasing through the development of a list of vetted textbooks and instructional materials. The specific content area instruments for the review of basal instructional materials can be found on the District Off-List Notification Information webpage, under "review instruments." Schools .
Key Terms in this Chapter. Pedagogy: It refers to the principles, practice and profession of can also be regarded as the art or science of teaching, education and instructional methods. Instructional Materials: Instructional materials refer to the human and non-human materials . Deadline to request state review of primary instructional resources. Resources must be shipped to reviewers by this date. December 1, Deadline to register for West Virginia Instructional . Many courses require special CD-ROM materials and access codes that can only be purchased through the CTC Bookstore or MBS, our international book supplier. Use the following tool to determine if your . Instructional materials refer to the human and non-human materials and facilities that can be used to ease, encourage, improved and promote teaching and learning activities. They are whatever materials used in the process of instruction. They are a broad range of resource which can be used to facilitate effective instruction.