USING MULTIMEDIA IN EDUCATION
EDUC 48UA July 11, 2009
SUMMARY OF COURSE
This 1-day workshop introduces you to the concept of using multimedia as a pathway to equal opportunity learning for personal growth, creative collaboration, and global transformation. Designed for the teacher and learner in all of us, the interactive workshop activities begin small, with BioDots and then travel backwards 40,000 years to the sound of the Didgeridoo as transmitter of culture. The experience of live sound-as-connector illustrates the potential of digital culture and multimedia to be a unifying force that could help solve some of the world’s most difficult challenges. The experience of mind mapping, scientific thinking, and media literacy shows participants how to use multimedia as a pedagogical/whole body tool to create, to think critically, and to use media to make the world a more joyful place.
- 21st Century Learning through the Connectivity of the Internet and Multimedia
- BioDots: Take Your Pulse, Manage Your Stress, and Learn
- Interactive Learning: Connect the Dots and Connect with Others
- Mind Maps: Individuality, Diversity, Multiple Intelligences, and Globalism
- SEPUP Program, Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California at Berkeley,
using student generated video to kick-off their Science Curriculum: “Who Infected Whom?”
- Live Development during the workshop of a website for access to workshop curriculum, additional learning and reference materials, and links to other learning communities.
This website is hosted by Berkeley City College.
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