All Blog Posts Tagged 'multimedia' (21)

Education Case Studies - Seeking Teachers

How Teachers can introduce Amazing People to Students…


Added by Marion Andersson on March 21, 2013 at 7:21pm — 2 Comments

Mathematics education - dire or inspire?

Maths education – dire or inspire?

You could see the panic in their faces - and then the relief.

They were students in their final year of high school on a visit to campus to explore the possibility of “going to uni” after they finished their compulsory schooling. I had, perhaps perversely, set up an experiment. I had told them that two of them would find a red dot under their seat - and if they were one of these people they would come forward and participate in a simple… Continue

Added by nevbar1 on August 21, 2011 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Introducing Mathematics and Multimedia

Hi everyone. I would like to introduce my blog, the Mathematics and Multimedia

This blog has two main themes: one is mathematics and the other is multimedia. The mathematics part will discuss ideas behind mathematical concepts from elementary to undergraduate topics.  The multimedia part will discuss the use of different media such as text, graphics, sounds, video and animation in teaching mathematics. Mathematics and…


Added by Guillermo Bautista on February 8, 2011 at 7:43pm — 1 Comment

Updated information on my forum entry page

Here is a copy of my original forum discussion post, plus a few updates:

If you are interested in emerging technologies, you might want to follow the link to the TechSparked website!

I recently came across a few long-standing blogs that never crossed my path during my Google searches, and I was thinking that a Classroom 2.0 discussion about blog-sharing might be helpful, since… Continue

Added by Lynn Marentette on June 15, 2010 at 6:27am — No Comments

3D TV series on Innovative Interactivity Blog

I'm excited to announce that I'm a guest…


Added by Lynn Marentette on May 29, 2010 at 6:32am — No Comments

uTeach with Technology

Over spring break, I learned how to create a Google website. It was fairly easy. I wanted a place to leave resources for teachers that are learning how to use technology in their classrooms. I will add more resources to this site as I have time.

Here is the link:

Added by Lezlie Harris on April 10, 2010 at 10:22pm — 1 Comment

Microsoft Courier "digital journal" and iPad pre-order links- will these tools be useful in education?

More multi-touch news: Microsoft's Courier "digital journal"; pre-order iPad & download SDK

I'll be posting my thoughts on future posts on my Interactive Multimedia Technology blog.

Added by Lynn Marentette on March 13, 2010 at 7:43am — No Comments

Cleaning up YouTube Videos for K12 Audiences

by Alix E. Peshette

Reposted from the Impetuous Geek

Say YouTube to most educators and IT folks and they will probably wince. Many school distrists block YouTube or only let teachers acess the site. However, amid the offensive flotsam and…


Added by Alix E. Peshette on February 17, 2010 at 2:30pm — 2 Comments

Cool Web 2.0 Tool - Sumo Paint

Image editors are rampant in the Web 2.0 world. While most of them are free, so many seem geared to really basic editing: crop, resize, and get-rid-of-red-eye. So, it's a thrill to run across a full-featured, robust online program that is simple enough for young students and sophisticated enough for graphics geeks. My benchmark for a superior graphics program is whether it supports layers. Layers are the key to subtle and complex graphic design imagery.… Continue

Added by Alix E. Peshette on January 4, 2010 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Create a Great Virtual Field Trip!

After a very long absence, during which I moved on to a new and challenging position in education; I'm back with a new blog site - the Impetuous Geek on Edublogs! - Alix Peshette

Over winter break, I've been researching virtual field trips in preparation for teaching an online course on the topic. Searching for examples of virtual field trips is a trip in itself through the evolution of this genre of… Continue

Added by Alix E. Peshette on December 30, 2009 at 2:30pm — 2 Comments

'Inanimate Alice' and Teaching English

In the past few months 'Inanimate Alice' has made great progress in reaching out to educators around the world. The Education Packs associated with the series have been accessed from 35 countries. These are available at

'Inanimate Alice' is a born-digital fiction, an interactive story for kids growing up in the videogame generation. About an hour of on-screen time and associated material makes for an in-depth look at what the digital… Continue

Added by Ian Harper on February 18, 2009 at 4:39pm — No Comments

Links to my recent blog posts about interactive information visualization, the World Economic Forum, and more...

I'd like to share links to some of my recent blog posts:

Posts related in some way to the current economic crisis:

Back to Basics: The Future of Baniking and Finance Discussed at the 2009 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland

The Values… Continue

Added by Lynn Marentette on February 1, 2009 at 6:59pm — No Comments

Digital Storytelling Platforms and Multiple Perspectives: A look at the work of Jonathan Harris- Food for Thought for Interactive Timeline Design

I'm in the process of creating an interactive time-line, and as I revisited my links and bookmarks, I came across a link to a video of Jonathan Harris discussing his ideas regarding digital storytelling, overlapping threads, and multiple perspectives.

I posted a couple of video presentations along with links to his interactive projects that are on the web on my Interactive… Continue

Added by Lynn Marentette on January 24, 2009 at 2:55pm — No Comments

Create a Student-Friendly Google Search Engine

By Alix E. Peshette

Cross-posted from The Impetuous Geek

The web is an expansive collection of the good, the bad and the ugly. Wouldn’t it be great if our students could search online in a safe environment? What if teachers could focus student searches towards specific resources? Sounds complicated and full of java scripts and html?

Welcome to the happy collision of…

Added by Alix E. Peshette on December 5, 2008 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Using Web-Based Resouces in Science Investigations

I found during my teaching middle school science and working with inservice teachers, students typically had better science fair projects when they used web-based real world data bases or collaborated with students around the country.

Using Online Resources

Students used online resources to support presentations PowerPoint presentations, spreadsheet(s) for data, and word processing for sharing findings of their science fair… Continue

Added by David Wetzel on September 9, 2008 at 11:00pm — No Comments

Multimedia and Music: Remix, Reuse

Cross-posted from The Impetuous Geek

By Alix E. Peshette

Technology has expanded many of the traditional ideas of how students can show evidence of learning. So, it’s no surprise that many students elect to create multimedia presentations. Images, video, narration and sound tracks are combined to produce an engaging product. Naturally enough, students often share… Continue

Added by Alix E. Peshette on September 7, 2008 at 12:30pm — 2 Comments

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