Multimedia authoring offers a motivating and imaginative approach to subject matter where students can develop skills in group work and problem solving. This teachers guide explores the process of students authoring multimedia presentations on computer using images, text, sound, animation and video, as an integrated part of their curriculum work. It offers a theoretical basis, detailed practical advice and many classroom examples. Each chapter covers a different aspect of multimedia authoring including: * planning multimedia into the curriculum * case studies and examples of student multimedia presentations * classroom management of the project * assessment and evaluation * choosing software and resources. This book encourages teachers to be imaginative about their subject and gives an important strategy for student motivation. It comes with a CD-ROM which can be used in the classroom as an introduction to multimedia work. Essential reading for all primary and secondary teachers.Students will be used to interactive computer games, in fact, their handaeye co- ordination may have been perfected some years ago by ... on navigation buttons, clicking on objects to make things happen, dragging objects around the screen or writing answers to questions. ... This may be a question in a quiz, a choice of direction in an adventure story or setting up a variable in a modelling program.
|Title||:||Making Multimedia in the Classroom|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-02-01|