By Marianne G. Handler
Newly revised and multiplied to mirror present technological alterations, this renowned paintings is helping scholars develop into specialist hypermedia authors and architects whereas they research in topic parts around the curriculum! The authors express how various hypermedia courses function, offer educational options, and describe the right way to create studying environments that motivate scholar collaboration. instructions are supplied for plenty of of the hypermedia courses presently utilized in colleges with home windows and Macintosh systems. This re-creation comprises extra classes concerning hypermedia within the content material parts and indicates how one can use the realm huge internet as a learn device and resource for visuals in pupil stacks. providing classroom-tested classes that may be tailored to quite a few educating types and curriculum wishes (math, technology, social reports, language arts, and overseas language), it is a entire application for integrating hypermedia creation talents into the study room. Grades 3-12. software program coated: HyperStud
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The second consideration is the subject area. From then on, the differences will be in the presentation. On the screen, text should be limited to important points; white (empty) space is an asset. Graphics should support the purpose; on the screen, one picture balanced with the text is more effective than several pictures. Messages as to the location of a screen and the method of navigation within the program are always clearer when consistency of placement is observed. It is the information that is valuable, not the experience of discovering how to move through the program.
Your students may need support materials for other parts of the hypermedia software. Appendix A contains three assessment forms to evaluate hypermedia projects. They can easily be used for peer evaluation or teacher assessment. All have been used successfully in classrooms. The forms focused on assessment differently; the more in-depth assessments, such as the Peer Evaluation Form, are for older students. In addition this edition provides several rubrics to use in the assessment process. We leave it to your discretion which assessment to use with your students; perhaps the provided assessment forms will give you ideas on how to develop your own.
Page iii Hypermedia As a Student Tool A Guide for Teachers Second Edition Marianne G. D. National-Louis University Technology in Education Program Wheeling, Illinois Ann S. D. Educational Technology Consultant Leland, Michigan 1998 Libraries Unlimited, Inc. and Its Division Teacher Ideas Press Englewood, Colorado Page iv Copyright © 1998 Libraries Unlimited, Inc. All Rights Reserved Printed in the United States of America No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher.