Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Robert B. Krueger
Herbert A. Bird
The teacher trained more than ten years ago rarely had opportunities for audio-visual studies. Therefore, it is incumbent on the audio-visual director to provide such information for members of the teaching staff. It was the purpose of this research (1) to show the value of audio-visual aids in the learning process; (2) to determine common audiovisual materials and equipment used in the classroom; (3) to present the role of the audio-visual director in the inservice training program; and (4) to show the teacher's role in the program.
Patton, Lewis E., "A Survey of Literature Pertaining to In Service Training of Teachers in the Use of Audio-Visual Materials and Equipment" (1962). Graduate Student Research Papers. 198.