Interactive Multimedial Teaching
To increase the attention of the student by using multiple media (text, graphics, video and sound)
To implement self-instruction, allowing the student to participate actively in the learning process
To allow the user to evaluate his preparedness
To set up computer-simulated environments, in which the user can test his/her capacity to make appropriate decisions and actions (1, 2)
Interactive multimedial teaching derived from the fusion of two distinct experiences: the computer-aided instruction (CAI) and the adoption of new media resources for teaching.
KeywordsGreen Sector Network Operating System Complex Operating System Instructional Multimedia Multimedia Classroom
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