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  1. 1. How to effectively integrate Multimedia into your classroom by Adam Waters
  2. 2. What is Multimedia? ● According to (Maloy, Edwards, Verock-O'Loughlin, and Woolf 217), multimedia is a presentation of material using both words and pictures. ● Media synergy : a combination of multimedia and face-to-face interaction to build powerful learning environments for students. ● Multimodal learning: Happens when a teacher combines spoken words with visuals or written text with audio or utilize simulations and models. ● According to Multimedia Systems: An Introduction multimedia is an alternative to traditional media.
  3. 3. How do students and teachers benefit from multimedia? ● According to Integrating Media into the Classroom: Practice and Case Studies multimedia can promote positive images to our students and create role models for them . ● According to (Maloy, Edwards, Verock-O'Loughlin, and Woolf 217-218), students who learn through multimodal designs on average, outperform those who learn with traditional single modals. ● According to Multimedia Systems: An Introduction part 2 multimedia helps students and teachers make the connection between curriculum and media. ● Multimedia can engage students and gets them excited about what they’re learning. ● Multimedia also helps students retain information better.
  4. 4. What pertains to multimedia? ● According to (Maloy, Edwards, Verock-O'Loughlin, and Woolf 240) multimedia pertains to: ● Hardware: touch pads, smart technology, computers, etc) ● Software (models, simulations, programs for teacher duties) ● Text, audio, video, animations, still images. ● Different subjects of study also require different medias. (Models and simulations are better use for science while manipulators and smart technology would do well in math.)
  5. 5. Best for ways for presenting multimedia in the classroom ● According to Integrating Media into the Classroom: Practice and Case Studies part 2, the best way for students to retain the curriculum is for the teacher to accessorize (use multimedia) their lesson. ● The teacher should keep their multimedia presentations simple, small and build off the success. ● It is important for the teacher to make the information specific, pertinent and age specific. For example, you wouldn’t show a full movie to see 5-10 minutes that pertain to the lesson and if a class is at a specific age range (high school) don’t show anything that is above or below their age range.
  6. 6. Best for ways for presenting multimedia continued ● According to (Maloy, Edwards, Verock-O'Loughlin, and Woolf 239) PowerPoints are the most widely used computer applications in the world. Powerpoints have been criticised for oversimplifying complex material and generic presentations. In Order to use powerpoint effectively you must first present actively rather than passively and then recognize those in the audience and what they should leave knowing or remembering. ● Videos (including shared videos) are used by teachers because they can convey important academic information in visually engaging ways. Videos can also be manipulated by pausing, reversing or fastwarding, this allows students to see the videos in different ways and promotes classroom collaboration.
  7. 7. Website I found online ● http://www.cited.org/index.aspx?page_id=106 ● this link is very helpful in understand multimedia in the classroom. This is a good website because the website itself is a website for implication for educational technology in the classroom. ● Multimedia is very complex, according to Juke, it’s best to keep multimedia use simple. Think of your multimedia use from the end first to the beginning because you have to think of what your audience wants to leave knowing. It is also important to have a mission statement arround the information you want your audience to know the most. Another important action is to research heavily.
  8. 8. Bibliography ● 2011. Photograph. n.p. Web. 20 Sep 2013. <http://depositphotos.com/5535120/stock-photo- Multimedia-icons.html>. ● Integrating Media into the Classroom: Practice and Case Studies. Films Media Group, 2005. Web. 20 Sep 2013. <http://digital.films.com/PortalViewVideo.aspx?xtid=34584&loid=18552>. ● Integrating Media into the Classroom: Practice and Case Studies part 2. Films Media Group, 2005. Web. 20 Sep 2013.<http://digital.films.com/PortalViewVideo.aspx? xtid=34584&loid=18552>. ● Maloy, Robert, Sharon Edwards, Ruth-Ellen Verock-O'Loughlin, and Beverly Woolf. Transforming learning with new technologies. 6th. Boston: Pearson, 2012. 217. Print. ● Maloy, Robert, Sharon Edwards, Ruth-Ellen Verock-O'Loughlin, and Beverly Woolf. Transforming learning with new technologies. 6th. Boston: Pearson, 2012. 217-218. Print. ● Maloy, Robert, Sharon Edwards, Ruth-Ellen Verock-O'Loughlin, and Beverly Woolf. Transforming learning with new technologies. 6th. Boston: Pearson, 2012. 240. Print. ● Maloy, Robert, Sharon Edwards, Ruth-Ellen Verock-O'Loughlin, and Beverly Woolf. Transforming learning with new technologies. 6th. Boston: Pearson, 2012. 239. Print. ● Multimedia Systems: An Introduction. Films Media Group, 2011. Web. 19 Sep 2013. <http: //digital.films.com/PortalViewVideo.aspx?xtid=47485&loid=128432>. ● Multimedia Systems: An Introduction Part 2. Films Media Group, 2011. Web. 19 Sep 2013. <http://digital.films.com/PortalViewVideo.aspx?xtid=47485&loid=128432>.

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