Now is the time to schedule multimedia in-services for teachers in your schools - online or on location!
We present a road map for implementing this exciting technology in classrooms, schools and communities.
In-Service Training: Teach Multimedia has presented comprehensive, motivational multimedia in-services at school districts across the country. Our in-services have been hosted by several state education departments that encouraged teachers in their states to participate. Over 5,000 instructors have improved video production skills, gained access to multimedia resources, and acquired innovative classroom techniques to keep students on task. Equipment selection, objectives, outcomes, grading and testing are included to prepare instructors to teach this exciting technology. Exposure to this field motivates students and prepares them for real world jobs. Before spending money on video equipment and software, offer your teachers the opportunity to increase their skills in every aspect of video production and acquire techniques for multimedia classroom management.
State Directors can organize an in-service Teach Multimedia Video Training for their teachers with a minimum of 10 teachers, costing $100 per day for each teacher for a 3-day training, or with a $3,000 guarantee. This is $300 per teacher plus travel and lodging.
Online Training Now Available: After years of conducting beginner and advanced “Teach the Teacher” in-services (“How to Teach Multimedia/Video at Middle and High Schools”) we now offer the option of online training. The online cost per teacher is just $49 and includes teacher's workbook and materials.
State Director Promotion: Join other state departments in sending emails to schools advising them of either the in-service or online training. The training can also be added to the state website directing teachers to our link for sign up at http://www.teachmultimedia.com/index.php/services.html .
This experience will make your teachers more effective in a multimedia classroom and will provide schools with necessary information for implementing a multimedia program according to the district's budget instead of just purchasing equipment that may be inappropriate.
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