The Value of multimedia               Page 1
Universidad mariano gálvez de guatemalamultimedia 2                glossary                          Alondra García Larrañ...
BROADBANDDEFINITION:To transmit information by a program or station.EXAMPLE:The new station broadcasts the spanish classes...
MEDIADEFINITION:The path or way to pass information over.EXAMPLE:Teachers need to find the best media to give students the...
MULTIMEDIADEFINITION:Combining several types of media such as video, sound,images, graphics and text.EXAMPLE:Multimedia pr...
E-LEARNINGDEFINITION:It is a computer-based learning.EXAMPLE:E-learning is a diifferent way of studying in the universitie...
RESOURCESDEFINITION:Something that is to support or help.EXAMPLE:There are a lot of online resources for all the subjects....
LINKDEFINITION:Item used to connect online websites.EXAMPLE:I searched some links to work with my students in class.      ...
SIMULATIONSDEFINITION:The imitation or assumption of a specific content.EXAMPLE:I made a water cycle simulation for my Sci...
LEARNING ENVIRONMENTSDEFINITION:The use and organization of space in your classroom.EXAMPLE:The learning environment is on...
PASSIVE RECEIVERSDEFINITION:Pupils that are not active in class.EXAMPLE:Learning becomes disconnected from our own intelle...
SKILLSDEFINITION:Abilities that each person has.EXAMPLE:Students need to develop reading skills to be able to improvethe t...
DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGEDEFINITION:Declarative knowledge is a broad category that includes facts,concepts, and the relationsh...
PROCEDURAL KNOWLEDGEDEFINITION:Procedural knowledge is about how to do things.EXAMPLE:Brushing your teeth and driving a ca...
COGNITIVEDEFINITION:Relating to intellectual activities.EXAMPLE:A person with a cognitive disability has greater difficult...
ASSESSMENTDEFINITION:Similar to appreciation.EXAMPLE:The tax assessment on the new neighbors´ house, was high.            ...
APPLICANTDEFINITION:A person who applies for a new job.EXAMPLE:There were many applicants in the job openning.            ...
NAVIGATEDEFINITION:Search something on the web.EXAMPLE:Users in projects choose to tour or navigate on them.              ...
MOTIVATIONDEFINITION:Way of making someone interested in a task.EXAMPLE:Instrinsic motivation is a better way to make stud...
DRILLDEFINITION:Exercises to do in class.EXAMPLE:Teachers assign many pronunciation drills at lower levels.               ...
FACTORSDEFINITION:Synonyms of elements.EXAMPLE:There are many factors to consider when making aninvestigation.            ...
LEARNINGDEFINITION:The process of knowledge.EXAMPLE:There are many types of learning according to HowardGardner.          ...
Main IdeaThe documents is basically about how to create anEffective multimedia learning experience.                Seconda...
CONLUSIONMultimedia learning is now an interest that new studentshave in order to gain knowledge in computer-basedaquisiti...
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The value of multimedia

  1. 1. The Value of multimedia Page 1
  2. 2. Universidad mariano gálvez de guatemalamultimedia 2 glossary Alondra García Larrañaga 6076-09-5564 July 20, 2012 Page 2
  3. 3. BROADBANDDEFINITION:To transmit information by a program or station.EXAMPLE:The new station broadcasts the spanish classes fromsecondary level. Page 3
  4. 4. MEDIADEFINITION:The path or way to pass information over.EXAMPLE:Teachers need to find the best media to give students theconcepts. Page 4
  5. 5. MULTIMEDIADEFINITION:Combining several types of media such as video, sound,images, graphics and text.EXAMPLE:Multimedia projects are used to teach concepts in aninteractive way. Page 5
  6. 6. E-LEARNINGDEFINITION:It is a computer-based learning.EXAMPLE:E-learning is a diifferent way of studying in the universities inGuatemala. Page 6
  7. 7. RESOURCESDEFINITION:Something that is to support or help.EXAMPLE:There are a lot of online resources for all the subjects. Page 7
  8. 8. LINKDEFINITION:Item used to connect online websites.EXAMPLE:I searched some links to work with my students in class. Page 8
  9. 9. SIMULATIONSDEFINITION:The imitation or assumption of a specific content.EXAMPLE:I made a water cycle simulation for my Science class. Page 9
  10. 10. LEARNING ENVIRONMENTSDEFINITION:The use and organization of space in your classroom.EXAMPLE:The learning environment is one important part of the learningprocess. It needs to be according to the students´ age andlevel. Page 10
  11. 11. PASSIVE RECEIVERSDEFINITION:Pupils that are not active in class.EXAMPLE:Learning becomes disconnected from our own intellectualcuriosity – someone else takes over our education, and webecome passive receivers. Page 11
  12. 12. SKILLSDEFINITION:Abilities that each person has.EXAMPLE:Students need to develop reading skills to be able to improvethe target language and comprehend texts. Page 12
  13. 13. DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGEDEFINITION:Declarative knowledge is a broad category that includes facts,concepts, and the relationships that lead to an integratedconceptual understanding of a domain of knowledge.EXAMPLE:It is important to set declarative knowledge with students fromall ages. Page 13
  14. 14. PROCEDURAL KNOWLEDGEDEFINITION:Procedural knowledge is about how to do things.EXAMPLE:Brushing your teeth and driving a car are examples ofProcedural Knowledge. Page 14
  15. 15. COGNITIVEDEFINITION:Relating to intellectual activities.EXAMPLE:A person with a cognitive disability has greater difficulty in hisor her learning process. Page 15
  16. 16. ASSESSMENTDEFINITION:Similar to appreciation.EXAMPLE:The tax assessment on the new neighbors´ house, was high. Page 16
  17. 17. APPLICANTDEFINITION:A person who applies for a new job.EXAMPLE:There were many applicants in the job openning. Page 17
  18. 18. NAVIGATEDEFINITION:Search something on the web.EXAMPLE:Users in projects choose to tour or navigate on them. Page 18
  19. 19. MOTIVATIONDEFINITION:Way of making someone interested in a task.EXAMPLE:Instrinsic motivation is a better way to make students praisetheir good job in class. Page 19
  20. 20. DRILLDEFINITION:Exercises to do in class.EXAMPLE:Teachers assign many pronunciation drills at lower levels. Page 20
  21. 21. FACTORSDEFINITION:Synonyms of elements.EXAMPLE:There are many factors to consider when making aninvestigation. Page 21
  22. 22. LEARNINGDEFINITION:The process of knowledge.EXAMPLE:There are many types of learning according to HowardGardner. Page 22
  23. 23. Main IdeaThe documents is basically about how to create anEffective multimedia learning experience. Secondary Ideas•Patty Shang exposes the point of view from learning andinstructions.•She says that multimedia helps learners build more accurateand effective mental models.•Patty shares a table with the principles that influences theeffectiveness of multimedia. Page 23
  24. 24. CONLUSIONMultimedia learning is now an interest that new studentshave in order to gain knowledge in computer-basedaquisition.Teachers from this century are preparing themselves intonew ways of teaching in all the grades. Multimedia cameinto the learning process to develop high order skills thatstudents are acquiring in every day assignements. Page 24

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