This wiki is intended as an exercise in public scholarship. Rather than developing projects that only I will ever review, I am asking students in several of my courses to share their work with others. There are two general themes here. The first is dedicated to the exploration of the educational potential of multimedia authoring. Simply put, "multimedia authoring to learn" is the idea that learners acquire knowledge and become more skilled through the process of generating multimedia products. This topic seems sufficiently broad to incorporate an exploration of theory, research, classroom methodology, tool description, and classroom examples. The second topic involves an interpretation and extension of Willingham's book "Cognitive Perspective on Learning and Instruction". The intent here is to explore the core ideas from the book and map them onto the broader range of topics explored in a graduate course in educational psychology. (Mark Grabe)
Digital Media and the Internet in Schools (view content)
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