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					Audio and Visual Technologies


              Chapter 9
              Presented by
              DeAndrea Fleming
Chapter Goals

   Identify Audio and Visual media of all types
   Examine the relationship between traditional
    and digital media
   Address how the media supports learning
    styles
   Integration of technologies for classroom
    use.
What do I need to know???


   Audio and Visual
    Images make learning
    easier
   Appropriate media
    components engage
    learners
   Builds multiple
    cognitive connections
    to content presented
THEN & NOW

Movie Projectors                 VCR/DVD/MP3 Players

Reel-to-Reel Tape Recorders      Microcassette Recorders

Record Players/ Vinyl Platters   CDs/ DVDs/ MP3

Books                            E-books, Multimedia CD-ROMs,
                                 Internet
Overhead Projector/ Slide        Document Camera/ INFOCUS
Projector
TV Monitor                       Computer Display/ LCD
Components of Audio Learning

   Listening
    –   Being able to hear and comprehend
    –   Effective Listening (Focused Listening)
            Phases of Listening
              – Hearing the auditory stimulus
              – Processing the neural pulses
              – Relate information to previous learned information
              – Reinforcement of the content
Audio Media Enhancements

   Traditional              Digital
    –   Audiocassettes        –   CDs
    –   Talking Books         –   DVDs
    –   Multimedia Kits       –   Internet Audio
    –   Oral Histories        –   WAV Files
    –   Broadcast Audio       –   MP3
                              –   Internet Radio
Components of Visual Learning

   Visual Literacy
    –   Developed through teaching and learning
        processes experienced
    –   Clear, consistent visual information helps build
        skills
    –   Guidelines for Effective Visual Design:
            Relevance, Coherence, Consistency, Proportion,
             Contrast, Unity and Direction
Nonprojected Visuals

   Real Objects
   Models
   Exhibits
   Printed Materials
   Graphics and
    Photographs
Display Technologies for Nonprojected
Visuals

   Bulletin Boards
   Flip Charts
   Magnetic Boards
   Felt Boards
   Chalkboards
   Whiteboards
Projected Visuals


   Digital Projectors

   Document Cameras

   Overhead Projectors
    –   Transparencies
So then what exactly is Multimedia???

   Combination of multiple media combined into
    a single integrated whole
   Appeals to individuals particular learning
    style.
   Highly interactive which requires learners to
    connect
TEST TIME!!!

1.   What are the six guidelines for effective
     visual design?
2.   Multimedia is a ________of multimedia
     combined into a ________integrated
     _______.
3.   Which type of visual would be most useful
     for large-group instruction?
              Nonprojected or Projected

				
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