Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Falk and Carlson (1992) observed that educators have, in the last 15 years, witnessed a phenomenal growth in the variety and capability of tools available to them. In 1977, teachers were using traditional teaching aids such as chalkboards, slides, overhead projectors, audio cassettes, and films. In 1992, new and powerful tools such as videotapes, personal computers, interactive video, multimedia, networks, distance learning, and a whole spectrum of possibilities in the form of CAI, CD-ROM, DVI and CD-I become available to them. Hence, teachers today are faced with the challenge to move beyond teaching the way they themselves have been taught, and to integrate in their curriculum these new instructional tools.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Sharon E. Smaldino
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©1993 Marcia Ng
Ng, Marcia, "Faculty development in the use of multimedia" (1993). Graduate Research Papers. 3033.