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Notes from the field…

February 16, 2010

Lori Aden and I spent a great day in Splendora yesterday working with elective teachers on using Multimedia in the Classroom. The excitement we share with them when visiting some of the most engaging sites on the web was palpable. It made me think about how if we can get technology immigrants so excited about multimedia, what must we do to get our students excited about learning? Multimedia must be integrated into this plan. Mayer’s research is great beginning. Understanding that our students process information on two channels is important and we must reach beyond our grasp to do this at every appropriate opportunity. If you are interested in learning more about multimedia, register for our online TWT Class: Multimedia in the Classroom.

TWT Series – Multimedia Presentations for the Classroom 
(online two week course, to register click on title)
Learn the essential elements of a multimedia presentation, including appropriate use of fonts, graphics, audio and video for effective visual communication. Develop a lesson plan that emphasizes group collaboration in the creation of the multimedia presentation. Design a multimedia rubric for evaluating a student product and presentation. This is Course 3 out of 5 in the Teaching with Technology (TWT) Series and is an instructor-led ONLINE course to help prepare you for the Texas Teacher Technology Competencies Certification (TTCC). For more information about the TTCC program, please see the ad in the Source or go to http://www.texasttcc.net.

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