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Read instantly in your browser. by Robert Heinich (Author), Michael Molenda (Author), James D. Russell (Author), Sharon E. Smaldino (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Firstly, the production standard struck me as almost 1960s' in style - black and white photos (nice 'grainy' look), big bulky monitors and a general aged format. It is peculiar I agree, but the book looks like it was written at least 30 if not 40 years ago.

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Robert Heinich is the author of Instructional Media and Technologies for . Instructional Media and the New Technologies of Instruction by. Robert Heinich, James D. Russell.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Instructional Media and Technologies for Learning presents a complete range of media formats in terms of how they can be integrated into classroom instruction using the ASSURE model of lesson planning. Written from the viewpoint of the teacher.

Dr. Molenda is Associate Professor in Instructional Systems Technology (1ST) at Indiana University

Dr. Molenda is Associate Professor in Instructional Systems Technology (1ST) at Indiana University. from Syracuse University and taught at University of North Carolina at Greensboro before joining Indiana University in 1972. He designs and teaches courses in Media Applications, Instructional Development, Evaluation and Change, and Instructional Technology Foundations. Mike served as chairman of the IST department from 1988 to 1991

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Comments: (7)

Galubel
I wasn't impressed with this book for two separate reasons. Firstly, the production standard struck me as almost 1960s' in style - black and white photos (nice 'grainy' look), big bulky monitors and a general aged format. It is peculiar I agree, but the book looks like it was written at least 30 if not 40 years ago. The second set of quibbles I have with the text is that it presume the reader is almost completely ignorant of any kind of presentation technology. This assumption may have been acceptable several decades ago but the universality of TV seriously undermines its value. Television is constantly exposting the public to new technologies. For instance, in the text there is a piece with graphic devoted to how to load a slide projector. How relevant is that to today's classroom? Moreover, any decent bit of kit comes with instructions. I accept that the authors wish to do a thorough hand holding with the reader, but the book assume too little exposure to technology which renders it advice mediocre in places. Possibly it should be retitled Instructional Media Technology for Complete Dummies. The bits on the web are small (literally bits) which is not a good sign. Overall, the book was lightweight - possibly I am being unfair as I am not looking for the technology it covers, but for review of current and future developments. In any event I regret buying the book as it doesn't fit my needs and I didn't like its presentation style. It is a tired book, more like jaded, that does not mesh well with the style culture of modern multimedia technology.
heart of sky
just what i needed at the time
Bradeya
ok
Survivors
Pay no attention to one gentleman's "Apple Pie" comment about the step-by-step instructions included in this book. After all, not everyone is as technologically adept as he may be. If you have already mastered such technology, then this material is possibly too basic for you. But for the rest of us, one of the major benefits of this book is indeed the fact that the instructions have been so clearly presented!

If you are an educator, as I am, and you are looking to learn more about real-world technology as it applies to your classroom or learning center, then I HIGHLY recommend this book (8th Ed.).
Adrietius
Many technology books are outdated by the time they are published. I am pleased to say that this book methodically moves through effective instruction and then how to use technology to aid it. I will be using this book as a reference for some time to come.
Opimath
As a co-author, I can report that Instructional Media upholds the tradition established by this textbook in 1982. It is aimed primarily at those who are at the entry level in terms of using media for education or training. It helps instructors decide what media to use for different teaching/learning situations, and gives practical tips on HOW to achieve the best effect when using technology. The book began with a focus on audiovisual media; the sixth edition retains the most relevant audiovisual content, but shifts focus toward computer-based delivery. What remains constant is the conviction that effectiveness of mediated instruction depends very much on what the instructor does...how the technology is integrated into the overall learning program.
Ishnllador
Practical information, diagrams, and "how to" outlines help any beginner teacher or librarian reach visual learners. Based on the ASSURE model, Smaldino, (et al) offers suggested readings, rubrics, and cheklists to help organize the dissemination of information. Each chapter relates to NETS standards (chart on inside flap) and the last section on Classroom Resources advises on audiovisual presentations and portfolios. Highly Recommended.
book is well organized. most material is still relevant, but some is outdated-- to be expected with how fast this field moves. There is a more recent version so if that's important to you, pay the extra $. If not, this works fine.
Instructional Media and Technologies for Learning download epub
Engineering
Author: Robert Heinich,Michael Molenda
ISBN: 0130150061
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Pearson College Div; 6 edition (July 1, 1998)