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Monthly Archives: July 2017

What It Would Mean for Availability of Learning Materials on the First Day

Imagine a situation where all the needed learning materials, which are inclusive of textbooks, were availed to students on the day on what would happen?

Benefits of Learning Materials

Learning materials are crucial as they critically increase the achievement of students through supporting their learning. Take a worksheet for instance, when a student has a worksheet they get opportunities for practicing a skill learned in class. The materials improve the main structure of planning a lesson as well as instruction delivery. At times the learning materials guide the student and the teacher as they offer an important routine. They help teachers with the core professional duty that is; instruction differentiation. Homework assignments, games, worksheets or essay writer and instructions on group activity are examples of learning materials that permit with the modification of assignments for the activation of the learning style of every student.

The Availability of Learning Materials and Their Effect if Made Available on the First Day

A scenario where all students have their learning materials before or on the first day could result in the learning materials of a student’s average price decreasing making the students more successful. The reality is that most students in college fail to go to class with the needed content on their first where a large number never acquire the main textbooks.

The core reason for offering students with the necessary materials they require is for the enablement of leveling the ground for them to achieve the success needed in college. Following the most recent data from National Center for Education Data the rate for the first time six-year graduation and students who are full-time undergraduates at the institutions that offer four-year degrees is sixty percent. It further showed that a percentage of thirty-nine of students enrolled in programs lasting two years fully complete in three years. The statistics also showed the intensity of the situation for students who have financial challenges and those who are first in their families to go to college. It is known that the learning materials can be pricey and the high costs of the learning materials adversely affect students from families with lower income as well as those who are disadvantaged. A percentage of fifty-two of the families that earn lower than $50,000 felt the delay of purchase or avoidance of purchase of the materials impacted their performance negatively as compared to the families that earn more who are approximately 39 percent.

If a program that considerably reduces the expenses for learning materials while ensuring everyone has them at the start of their classes would bring more changes than imagined. There are programs that have been implemented where they power a higher number than 400 institutions in the United States. The programs have helped with cost saving as well as enabling students to have the content on their first day where the institutions and faculty had a whole different insight through the analytical products. They are now able to know what every student did with their content. This is something that print cannot do, and students opting for digital will not be able to do as well.