The following discusses three ways in which schools may use multimedia to enrich their communications. This is a real-world example. Three Ways Using Multimedia In schools K-12 Spelling City.
School classrooms use multimedia to enrich their communications within the student groups. An example is the use of a media interactive program called Spelling City. This web-based program combines the use of instructional material for spelling using text, images, sound, and video.
One way evident allows students compete against the artificial intelligence to play learning games as part of their study. Specifically, a student can input changes to manipulate letters to form the correct spelling of each word in their personalized list.
A second way this multimedia example allows teachers to input their weekly list and test students learning from interactivity during the study time. Testing is also part of the class communication study program. Pre-testing can be undertaken by the student online.
Results are compiled for review and discussion within the classroom.
A third way this example allows parents to participate and encourage the student at home with access from any device. Their own personal access records activity undertaken. Thus providing learning through game playing, quizzing, and reviewing of homework.
I have used this program for three years now. It has been very helpful developing our child’s spelling skills and has been implemented in two classrooms in our city system. The link is provided in this discussion.
www.spellingcity.com Vocabulary Spelling City.com