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THE CONCEPT AND IMPORTANCE OF MULTIMEDIA
TEACHING WITH MULTIMEDIA
The use of video in the classroom allows educators to illustrate and demonstrate complex ideas with the help of visual and audio learning elements.
Learn about the benefits of teaching with video, what you can do with multimedia in the classroom, and view a variety of faculty testimonials and multimedia strategies they employ to enhance the teaching and learning experience.
Video and digital media are important tools that can help bolster the educational experience.
Why Teach With Video?
Educational video can provide more opportunities for students to engage with the content.
Students around the world can learn from course content made available through video.
Multimedia content helps to vary and enhance the learning process, and leads to better knowledge retention.
Video can sometimes demonstrate complex ideas and access other times and places better than speaking can.
When students have access to video content to watch outside of class, class time can be used for comprehension checks, discussion, and reinforcement of content.
Video can help instructors overcome limitations like large class sizes and limited time.
What Can We Do With Video?
Instructors benefit from flipped classrooms. When a course is flipped, professors have more time available to engage with their students, rather than racing through introductions to new content. Once an instructor has created video content, they possess a permanent library of learning resources which can be reused for new students in various learning contexts.
Students benefit from flipped classrooms. In a flipped course students have more opportunities to engage with their instructor and peers. Students also can take greater ownership over their education, and are allowed a level of flexibility that is unavailable in traditional class structures.
Many professors have benefitted from using video to flip their classroom. A flipped course is one in which students absorb new material largely outside of class time.
Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs, are created largely through video. These courses consist of a series of learning modules that explain content, punctuated by comprehension checks at the end of each section. They are valuable for students around the world learning in diverse contexts.
Instructors can use video to provide supplemental materials for their students. This can help reinforce content and give students resources to prepare for assessments.
Importance of multimedia?
Further, using multimedia can help address the needs of students with varying learning styles. This also can make technology to improve teaching and learning the practical possibilities is endless, but the learning curve of software and hardware is shrinking.
Students can work in groups to create a digital video project. Projects this usually just only attract students to far more personal than writing a paper, even though they may actually work harder in the video project.
Now many schools are using multimedia in teaching. That can bought teaching and studying to the next level. In this at the schools are encouraging teachers to use multimedia in line with their teaching to create an interest for children. This allows the body absorb and retain information more easily associate, if they can stimulate all kinds of information.