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A study on the development of multimedia contents for preservice teacher education focused on early childhood language arts courses

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A multimedia instruction that integrates different types Of media is a way to maximize learning effectiveness, and three-dimensional lessons through a variety of multimedia will be able to offer a more realistic education as an innovative alternative to one-sided, lecture-oriented instruction. The growth of computer engineering has an extremely, positive effect on early childhood education as well as prospective teacher education for young children. In order to meet the demands of be times and keep up with the changing educational environment, this studies intent is to develop multimedia contents for early childhood language arts courses, to suggest how it could be developed, and finally suggest its practical use.

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Computers in Education, 2002. Proceedings. International Conference on

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3-6 Dec. 2002