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Increasing Student Learning Through Multimedia Projects

Author : Michael Simkins
ISBN : 9780871206640
Genre : Education
File Size : 55.47 MB
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Addressed to K-12 teachers, discusses enhancing student achievement through project-based learning with multimedia and offers principles and guidelines to insure that multimedia projects address curriculum standards.
Category: Education

Making The Most Of The Web In Your Classroom

Author : Timothy D. Green
ISBN : 9781412915748
Genre : Education
File Size : 87.17 MB
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The authors show how to use Web tools to enhance learning, and discuss student safety, appropriate “netiquette”, legal considerations, and ISTE NETS technology and content standards.
Category: Education

Fair Use Guidelines For Educational Multimedia

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Courts and Intellectual Property
ISBN : UCR:31210010537247
Genre : Copyright and audio-visual education
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Category: Copyright and audio-visual education

Making Multimedia In The Classroom

Author : Vivi Lachs
ISBN : 9781135640835
Genre : Education
File Size : 29.56 MB
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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.
Category: Education

The Conference On Fair Use

Author : United States. Information Infrastructure Task Force. Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights
ISBN : PSU:000032190052
Genre : Copyright
File Size : 85.66 MB
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Category: Copyright

Teaching The Video Production Class Beyond The Morning Newscast

Author : David Howard
ISBN : 9781610693752
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 22.96 MB
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This guidebook is a must-have resource for anyone teaching a television production class or running a morning news show at the elementary, middle, or high school level. • Provides resource ideas for royalty-free music, virtual sets, cost-effective equipment purchases, and more • Includes step-by-step video project guides, lessons, reproducible activities, and assessments that can be adapted for use with students of all levels, from beginner to advanced • Supplies guidance on setting up a recording studio, from basic equipment needs for those just getting started, to recommended purchases for experienced videographers seeking to take their studio to the next level • Covers important information about copyright restrictions within the television production classroom
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Block Scheduling And Its Impact On The School Library Media Center

Author : Marie Shaw
ISBN : 9780313363412
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 62.46 MB
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Across the country educators are facing the challenge of restructuring the secondary school to meet the needs of students in the twenty-first century. Block scheduling provides sustained time and fosters an environment for active and experiential learning, a key to student success in life. The author, who has spearheaded the adoption of block scheduling in her school's library media center, has prepared a complete guide for library media specialists contemplating or moving to block scheduling. In preparing this guide she has incorporated the experiences of twelve secondary school libraries across the country that have also moved to block scheduling. Step by step, this guide walks the library media specialist through planning, networking, curriculum and instruction, professional development, technology, and assessment. Practical suggestions, forms, lesson plans, and case studies of other media centers that have successfully adopted block scheduling will help the library media specialist to make the transition to the block. Block scheduling places a high demand on staff, materials, and information technologies. Shaw stresses that networking of people and resources is essential to successful adoption of block scheduling. She takes the reader through the planning and transitional phases of a high school adopting block scheduling and addresses concerns about instructional change, ongoing curriculum, and the role of the library media specialist as a teacher of information technology. She provides ideas on where to find professional development and how to network with other library media specialists with expertise in the block and offers practical suggestions on resource sharing, study hall, flexible scheduling, budget, collection development, substitute teachers, and assessment techniques.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Commonsense Copyright

Author : R.S. Talab
ISBN : 9780786484416
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 31.50 MB
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This second edition presents information updated as of the end of 1998 regarding the Copyright Act as currently amended. Applicable to both general and specialized audiences, the book covers copyright as it applies to a variety of settings, with numerous usage examples and guideline charts, all presented in an easy-to-read format with the “legalese” reserved for the footnotes. Featured are sections on the use of copyrighted materials, libraries and copyrighted materials, permissions policies, and new technology issues such as computer software, electronic publishing, the Internet, multimedia and distance learning. Resource guides—to services such as the Library of Congress Copyright Office information hotline, circulars, and mailings, as well as the Television Licensing Center, and the Copyright Clearance Center—and to Internet resources, print bibliographies, and other applicable documents and laws, are provided.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Project Based Learning Tasks For Common Core State Standards Grades 6 8

Author : Schyrlet Cameron
ISBN : 9781622234639
Genre : Education
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Project-Based Learning Tasks for Common Core State Standards is designed to help middle-school students use research skills, teamwork, communication, and critical thinking to solve real-life problems. Includes a Common Core State Standards matrix. --Mark Twain Media Publishing Company specializes in providing captivating, supplemental books and decorative resources to complement middle- and upper-grade classrooms. Designed by leading educators, the product line covers a range of subjects including mathematics, sciences, language arts, social studies, history, government, fine arts, and character. Mark Twain Media also provides innovative classroom solutions for bulletin boards and interactive whiteboards. Since 1977, Mark Twain Media has remained a reliable source for a wide variety of engaging classroom resources.
Category: Education

Multimedia Projects In Education

Author : Karen S. Ivers
ISBN : 1563089432
Genre : Education
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Presents proven strategies for incorporating multimedia projects into the curriculum.
Category: Education

Handbook Of Research On Instructional Systems And Technology

Author : Kidd, Terry T.
ISBN : 9781599048666
Genre : Computers
File Size : 85.49 MB
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"This book provides information on different styles of instructional design methodologies, tips, and strategies on how to use technology to facilitate active learning and techniques to help faculty and researchers develop online instructional and teaching materials. It enables libraries to provide a foundational reference for researchers, educators, administrators, and others in the context of instructional systems and technology"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Computers

Strategies For Teaching Science Levels K 5

Author : Barbara Houtz
ISBN : 142580649X
Genre : Education
File Size : 79.81 MB
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Developed for grades K-5, this rich resource provides teachers with practical strategies to enhance science instruction. Strategies and model lessons are provided in each of the following overarching topics: inquiry and exploration, critical thinking and questioning, real-world applications, integrating the content areas and technology, and assessment. Research-based information and management techniques are also provided to support teachers as they implement the strategies within this resource. This resource supports core concepts of STEM instruction.
Category: Education

Obesity Interventions In Underserved Communities

Author : Virginia M. Brennan
ISBN : 9781421415468
Genre : Medical
File Size : 41.35 MB
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The obesity epidemic has a disproportionate impact on communities that are hard-hit by social and economic disadvantages. In Obesity Interventions in Underserved Communities, a diverse group of researchers explores effective models for treating and preventing obesity in such communities. The volume provides overviews of the literature at specific junctures of society and health (e.g., the effectiveness of preschool obesity prevention programs), as well as commentaries that shape our understanding of particular parts of the obesity epidemic and field reports on innovative approaches to combating obesity in racial/ethnic minority and other medically underserved populations in the United States. Authors make specific recommendations to policy makers which are designed to reverse the rising rate of obesity dramatically. The thirty-one literature reviews, commentaries, and field reports collected here address obesity prevention and treatment programs implemented across a spectrum of underserved populations, with particular attention paid to children and adolescents. Aimed at students, clinicians, and community workers in public health and health policy, as well as family medicine and pediatrics, sociology, childhood education, and nutrition—and deeply informed by fieldwork—this book demonstrates the importance of taking a full contextual view, both historical and current, when considering the challenge of reversing upward obesity trends among ethnic minorities, impoverished people, and other underserved populations.
Category: Medical

Multidisciplinary Units For Grades 6 8

Author : Susan Pauline O'Hara
ISBN : 1564842061
Genre : Education
File Size : 35.94 MB
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Third in a series of grade-specific curricular resources, this useful addition to the NETS library focuses on the critical middle school years. More than 20 experienced educators contributed to this volume, covering the core content areas of language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, and cultural arts each with several months worth of lesson plans. Introductory essays address technology integration issues for all types of middle school classrooms and environments. Additional resources include relevant Web and literature citations, assessment strategies, interdisciplinary lesson extenders, and keys to the NETS and content area standards. FEATURES Ready-to-use lesson plans supporting technology integration for Grades 6-8 Classroom strategies appropriate for multidisciplinary learning and teaching Materials useful for teacher training and professional development Also available: Multiple Intelligences and Instructional Technology: Second Edition - ISBN 156484188X Teaching with Digital Images: Acquire, Analyze, Create, Communicate - ISBN 1564842193
Category: Education

Teaching Music Through Composition

Author : Barbara Freedman
ISBN : 9780199840618
Genre : Education
File Size : 35.96 MB
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This book is a full multimedia curriculum that contains over 60 Lesson Plans in 29 Units of Study, Student Assignments Sheets, Worksheets, Handouts, Audio and MIDI files to teach a wide array of musical topics, including: general/basic music theory, music appreciation and analysis, keyboarding, composing/arranging, even ear-training (aural theory) using technology.
Category: Education

Learn Use Digital Photography In Your Classroom

Author : Eric LeMoine
ISBN : 1425801889
Genre : Education
File Size : 37.29 MB
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Seamlessly integrate technology into your classroom instruction with this new series. Provide a concise introduction to the software application, then use project-based learning lessons and activities to effectively incorporate technology into grade-level content. Teacher Resource CD includes collection grids, graphic organizers, sample projects, and rubric templates.
Category: Education

Creative Thinking For Interactive Media Design

Author : Oguzhan Ozcan
ISBN : 9781445227627
Genre : Interactive multimedia
File Size : 83.35 MB
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Although it was founded only ten years ago, Interactive Media Design has been one of the leading field where the most creative design ideas in the world have been produced. We anticipate that this will to be so during the rest of 21st century. As the field of interactive media design has a very wide application spectrum from television to mobile environments, interactive media design education must be established on a very critical balance of art, design, and technology.Although there are considerable similarities and intersections with the fields of industrial and interaction design, interactive media design education has its own nuances and subtleties.This book introduces, with examples, how a qualified interactive media design education should be planned, from the beginner to advanced level, from the perspectives of meanings, actions, mechanisms and the nature of design.
Category: Interactive multimedia

Strategies For Teaching Science Levels 6 12

Author : Barbara Houtz
ISBN : 1425806511
Genre : Education
File Size : 40.83 MB
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Developed for grades 6-12, this rich resource provides teachers with practical strategies to enhance science instruction. Strategies and model lessons are provided in each of the following overarching topics: inquiry and exploration, critical thinking and questioning, real-world applications, integrating the content areas and technology, and assessment. Research-based information and management techniques are also provided to support teachers as they implement the strategies within this resource. This resource supports core concepts of STEM instruction.
Category: Education