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    • Multimedia in the Classroom By: Chris Hamburg
    • Introduction There is a plethora of multimedia resources that teachers can use to enhance instruction and engage students in learning the skills needed to succeed in the 21st century.
    • Using Images and Photography
      • Image Editing Tools:
        •   allow students and teachers to find images that are appropriate in content and size for projects that they are working on
        •   enable students and teachers to edit and manipulate their photos
      Photo Sharing
    • Using Audio and Web Streams
      • Audio and Web Stream Tools:
        • tranform presentations, projects, and media into rich collaborative   spaces
        • enhance instruction
      Voicethread Project (with audio)
    • Creating Video with Generators
      • Through the use of video in the classroom:
        •   students retain more information
        •   students understand concepts more rapidly
        •   students are more enthusiastic about what they are learning
      Web Video
    • Posting Original Videos
      • Windows Live Movie Maker enables teachers to:
        •   create videos and slideshows
        •   add variety and artistic effects to movies
        • share movies with others
      Video Project
    • Most Useful Tool
      • Animoto was the most useful tool:
        • Animoto is easy to understand and manipulate.
        • The program enables me to create enriched presentations that appeal to my students, and, thus, engage them in the learning process.
        • Animoto is appropriate for the age level in which I teach and could be user-friendly for third graders.
    • Successes and Challenges
      • Successes of Using Multimedia in the Classroom
        • enhances the learning process in a variety of ways
        • prepares students for the future
      • Challenges of Using Multimedia in the Classroom
        • time
        • amount of technology available in the classroom
    • Moodle and Online Learning
      • Moodle and online learning are very effective.
      • 1.  I was able to complete the work at my own pace.
      • 
      • 2.  The lessons provided hands-on opportunities to work with the technology tools.
      • 3.  The lessons, activities, and tutorials were all easy to follow.
      • Overall, I would highly recommend online learning.
    • Conclusion
      • Through the use of multimedia tools in the classroom, a valuable learning opportunity is provided for each student.