Incorporating Tangible Instructional Materials in Teaching and Learning: Implications for Educational Assessment and Evaluation

Abstract

Tangible instructional teaching and learning materials are key to the easy attainment of any pre-determined instructional objectives. This assertion should be true for all classes of learners, especially those who are slow in learning and cannot respond adequately to verbal instruction. Learning with concrete and manipulative objects, as noted in this paper, not only enhances learning progress but also improves the competences of those with learning difficulties.

Keywords: Tangible instructional materials, Teaching and Learning, educational assessment and evaluation.

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