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student  achieves  a  sense  of  personal  satisfaction  from  the  learning  and  feels  motivated  to  learn more.   You   can   achieve   motivation   early   in   a   course   of   instruction   by   using   IMM.   The continued  use  of  IMM  to  make  the  instruction  concrete  and  meaningful  will  sustain  student interest   and   motivation. Increases  Student  Retention Most  of  people  forget  what  they  hear  in  a  relatively  short  time  and  have  difficulty  recalling the  information  accurately.  On  the  other  hand,  things  they  see  make  a  more  lasting  impression and   help   them   to   recall   the   object   or   process   more   accurately.   Students   can   recall   the   mental images  created  by  pictures  and  models  more  easily  because  of  their  increased  interest  at  the  time of  reception.  Students  have  a  greater  interest  in  the  realistic  and  concrete  than  in  the  symbolic and  abstract.  The  average  student  will  easily  forget  your  verbal  explanation  of  how  an  internal combustion   engine   operates.   However,   an   actual   engine,   a   model,   or   a   video   tape   shown   with your   explanation   will   make   a   fixed   impression   on   students   that   is   easier   to   recall. IMM  uses  the  multiple-sense  approach  to  learning  to  increase  retention.  The  following information  supports  the  importance  of  using  the  sense  of  sight  in  learning: STUDENTS   WILL   RETAIN 10%   OF   WHAT   THEY   READ 20%   OF   WHAT   THEY   HEAR 30%  OF  WHAT  THEY  SEE 50%   OF   WHAT   THEY   SEE   AND   HEAR Increases  Uniformity  of  Training In  classroom  situations  in  which  the  instructor  uses  no  aids,  student  learning  depends  on  the presentation  method.  While  some  instructors  may  express  themselves  fluently,  others  may  be somewhat   inarticulate   although   they   know   their   subject   well.   The   use   of   standardized   training aids  makes  the  presentations  more  uniform. CHARACTERISTICS All   IMMs   must   have   certain   characteristics   to   be   effective   and   to   support   the   purposes   for using   them.   Course   developers   provide   IMMs   for   established   courses.   Individual   instructors or  training  sites  should  not  develop  their  own  IMM  without  the  approval  of  the  curriculum control   authority   (CCA). However,   as   a   classroom   instructor,   you   must   know   what characteristics   IMMs   should   have. You   can   then   recognize   an   IMM’s   shortcomings   and recommend  changes  through  the  proper  chain  of  command.  All  IMMs  should  be  accurate, simple,  visible,  and  necessary. Accurate First   and   foremost,   visual   aids   must   accurately   depict   the   instructional   intent.   Use   of 103

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