Multimedia Assessments: Tools for making dynamic audio-and video-based tests

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Video, audio, and images can spark students’ imaginations in ways that text alone sometimes can’t. Likewise, multimedia often helps students gain a deeper understanding of a question.

Susan Grigsby @sksgrigsby‘s insight:

Very cool tools for using video, audio, and images to help improve student learning. Some of these tools could work in a flipped classroom environment, too. Thank you, School Library Journal and @rmbyrne!

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