About Teach Multimedia
Teach Multimedia Edu, Inc. is a multi-faceted company that is focused on providing K-12 school districts with multimedia curriculum, teacher training, and multimedia laboratories to create work-ready high school graduates for well-paying digital skills positions in industries that rely on multimedia.
Providing curriculum, teacher training, hardware, and software to school districts since 1997, students who progress through Teach Multimedia Edu, Inc’s grades 3-12 programs experience real-world disciplines and student outcomes that build impressive portfolios and lead to promising, well-paying, corporate and entrepreneurial, digital-skills-based careers when they graduate from high school.
Self-Paced Online Training for Teachers
Take our Current course “8 Simple Steps To Building A School Video /Broadcast Program Online Without Having A Dumb Attack”
New Multimedia Teachers will learn everything needed using objectives, outcomes, student friendly curriculum, and even equipment selection. Join this online course experienced by educators from 1,000 schools.
- Live training is also available.
Digital Production Skills Curriculum
Teach Digital Production Skills curriculum is designed around a unique multimedia teaching approach. Our goal is to keep every student on task. (TV Studio Diagram) With this approach each student has an assignment in the production of a video project. Our multimedia curriculum reflects this on-task approach.
Custom, Turnkey Lab Packages
Our special TV Studio design seeks to keep every student on task. This approach drives the creation of our curriculum and studio layout. It also drives our recommended selection of studio equipment.
We offer 4 Studio Lab Packages designed for our recommended studio layout. You may choose the package that best suits the size of your studio.
Our Packages are ESSER I, II, and III Eligible!
All of our comprehensive, turnkey multimedia lab packages include all the hardware, software, and curriculum you need to facilitate “regular and substantive educational interaction between students and their classroom instructors.” And by facilitating this interaction, you’re giving your students valuable life and career skills with which they can find good paying jobs right out of high school.
Purchasing educational technology (including hardware, software, and connectivity) for students … that aids in regular and substantive educational interaction between students and their classroom instructors…
ESSER I, II, and III Guidelines
Online Training For Multimedia Teachers
Teachers, increase your preparedness for the classroom at your own pace without leaving home! Video Chuck takes his years of professional TV production experience to the online classroom. You will benefit from his unique approach to teaching multimedia. Coming soon: “8 Simple Steps To Building A School Multimedia/Broadcast Program Online Without Having A Dumb Attack.” This course will teach you:
- Classroom Setup
- Equipment Selection
- Software Selection
- Lesson Plans
- Securing inventory
- Installing a TV Studio in your school
- The big LIST-A-PALOOZA of student projects for classroom, school and community!
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