ERIC Number: ED053979
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Reference Count: 0
How to Present Audible Multi-Imagery in Environmental Ecological Education.
Trohanis, Pascal L.
Described in this instructional aid pamphlet is the use of an instructional technology approach known as audible Multi-Imagery (AMI) to achieve some of the broad goals of environmental education. AMI refers to the integral development and display of two or more simultaneously projected visual images either with or in combination with 2 x 2-inch slides, motion film, and/or overhead transparencies. Coupled with the imagery component is the corresponding sound or audio track, which is usually prepared on audiotape and is played concurrently with the pictorial material. While many media combinations are possible for the development of this type of learning endeavor, discussion is limited to the creation of an environmental three-screen slide and sound presentation. Theoretical and procedural concerns of the technique are characterized under the following topics: (1) a brief description of functional capabilities, (2) a short account of the four structural elements that complement functions, and (3) an explanation of how to plan, produce, and present an AMI program, with each phase offering 10-12 suggestions. A bibliography is also supplied. (BL)
Descriptors: Audio Equipment, Audiovisual Aids, Curriculum Enrichment, Educational Technology, Environmental Education, Instructional Materials, Multimedia Instruction, Multisensory Learning, Projection Equipment
National Science Teachers Association, 1201 Sixteenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., 20036 ($0.50)
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Authoring Institution: National Science Teachers Association, Washington, DC.