Presentation on theme: "USING PROJECT-BASED LEARNING MULTIMEDIA AS TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGY"— Presentation transcript:
1USING PROJECT-BASED LEARNING MULTIMEDIA AS TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGY
2You are planning for the school year and convinced of the benefits of a project-based multimedia learning strategy, you decide to use it in lessons where you feel is most appropriate. Enumerate the step you have to undertake in your initial planning.
3Go over the subject competencies to determine object and content that the multimedia project will address effectively.Estimate how much time you need to spend compared to how much time available.
4Make clear and explicit parameters and procedures that must be observed in decision making. Set collaborative working arrangement to enable students share their knowledge and skills to build another strenghts.
5Determine what resources you will need and what are available. Plan on how you will measure what students learn.
6Resource availability Goals and ObjectivesResource availabilityUse technology students already know.Use time outside the class wherever possibleUse special classes as extra time.Let students compose text and selct and prepare graphics and sounds as they plan.
7Clear and explicit procedures on decision making Plan on how to evaluate learning
8Before the project starts: Create project description and milestones.Work with realPrepare resourcesPrepare software and peripheralsOrganizing computer files
9Before the project starts: Prepare the classroom.
10StageEstimated TimeBefore the project starts2 weeksIntroducing the project1 – 2 daysLearning the technology1 – 3 daysPreliminary research and planning3 days – 3 weeksConcept design and storyboarding3 – 5 daysFirst draft production1 – 3 weeksAssessing, testing, and finalizing presentationConcluding ActivitiesTotal class timeweeks
11REFERENCECorpuz, Brenda B. and Lucido, Paz L. (2008). Educational technology 1. Cubao Quezon City, Philippines: Lorimar Publishing, Inc.