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1 Created By: Lauren Snyder, Juliana Gerard, Dom Williams, and Ryan Holsopple

2 Instructional Media Traditional Fixed Media Digital Flexible Media SpeechText Image Ability to be marked VersatilityTransformability Networkability

3  Text: words, powerful evocative  Audio: vocal cues, intonation, pauses, volume, pitch tools (which conveys meaning of message)  Video: visual cues, facial expressions, audience “I have a dream” speech =B3P6N9g-dQg&feature=fvwrel

4  1.Recognition Network ◦ Contains special modules ◦ Within our auditory cortex Sound perception + recognition= memory.

5 I. Speech Making -Natural = more expressive power -Brief = reduced memory load is increased power II. Understanding Speech -Semantic Recognition= attaching meaning to words. (Phonemes) -Context/differentiating *“I tripped on a rock”

6  2. Strategic Networks ◦ Active Listening ◦ Verbal Working Memory ◦ Attentive Listening (shut out Stimuli) 3. Role of Affective Networks -Appeal to: interest, fear, hope, and sense of humor Deficits: damaged speech recognition networks * Be aware of speech barriers/ adjust our methods

7  Retinas of our eyes absorb electromagnetic energy waves and convert them into a neural signal in our brain  Visual Cortex processes the light and conduct visual signals in patterns that identify shape, color, and object motion  Visual Stimuli – processes letters and faces, giving up the ability to process modules (identifying types of lines) and decoding images (recognizing color, texture, and form)

8  Advantages: Is a representation of spoken language  Limitations: Lacks the natural expressiveness of speech

9  Visual Recognition Networks ◦ Neural task of recognizing letter features, letter sound correspondences, larger units of meaning Strategic Networks Involved with comprehension, and interpretation of the text within it’s context Affective Networks –This process exerts an emotional impact that enhances and/or alters the meaning of the visual stimuli.

10  Advantages – Images have the ability to convey emotion more directly than text  Limitations – interpretation of the meaning and reason behind an image could be unclear

11  Recognition Networks – Interpreting visual activity. Ability to recognize each part’s depth, movement, and size  Strategic Networks – gear the viewer’s attention to focus on the most important parts of the image to understand the whole  Affective Networks – emotionally perceives and image in a way that could deter the person from the it’s meaning or be right on target. The triggered intrigue in the image could persisted in the person wanting to find all possible interpretations. re-analysis

12  Classrooms tend to be dominated by printed textbooks.  This limits students from receiving a well- rounded education by not providing the resources to expand their knowledge.  More media options will deepen the students engagement in class.  Digital media will help overcome the limitation of traditional instructional formats.

13  Represents information through text, sound, and images  Flexibility digital media surpass traditional media in their ability to meet diverse students varied needs in a variety of instructional contexts  The informational is transformed into something abstract (bytes: ones and zeroes) which can then be presented in almost any medium and quickly transferred from one medium to another  Can save text, speech, and images reliably and precisely over time  Can also offer flexibility in how and where those text, speech, and images can be redisplayed

14  Digital media can display content in many formats like text, still image, sound, moving image, combinations of text on video, sound in text, video in text, and more  It offers users the chance to work in a preferred medium or interact with multiple media simultaneously

15  Digital media allows the same content to be displayed In multiple ways

16  Markups can be shown or hidden, amended, expanded, or deleted with digital media  Same store of information can be marked in different ways for different students

17  Networkability allows digital media to incorporate embedded hyperlinks to all kinds of learning support

18  Students with various disabilities are likely to be earliest and most obvious beneficiaries

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