Tag Archives: multimedia

Math teachers learning about multimedia

During the Digital Learning conference this year, I ran a workshop on "Multimedia in the Mathematics Classroom" (warning large file) which was a huge hit. I started by giving a presenting giving answers to why one would want to use multimedia in math, what does it look like, and what tools I use to actually […]

Free Multimedia Resources

I’ve created a list of free multimedia resources for teachers. Some quick research has shown me that there are already some excellent lists of resources out there, but for a variety of topics. This list is intended to compile those lists into one location. General multimedia: http://thecleversheep.blogspot.com/2009/02/creative-commons-chaos.html http://www.archive.org/ http://search.creativecommons.org/ Here’s a list of open source […]

How has multimedia enhanced my learning?

The best example of multimedia I watched recently from which I really learned a lot was a movie I watched about a relatively new farming practice called "Biodynamic farming". The video was relatively simple, done documentary style, but without seeing the actual practices they were discussing first hand through the video, I would not have […]