Multimedia Skills


2002-2003 Assignments and Student Work

Collaborative Web

Tri-Class Reflections

Course Information

Course Overview

Course Syllabus

Web Site Design Requirements

MS Web Development

MS Web Standards


Search This Web

Cascading Style Sheets


Flash (Macromedia)

FrontPage (Microsoft)


Imaging Information


Photoshop (Adobe) 

Web Design


MS Multimedia Skills | MS Academics | Middle School | The American School in Japan

This course and Exploring Programming were superseded by a new course, Explorations, begun in the 2003-2004 School Year.

Multimedia Skills is a one semester course for 7th and 8th grade students who want to explore electronic multimedia.

The primary goal is to explore multimedia. Students are expected to pursue topics that interest them and show substantial progress toward the goal of the project they develop. Students will complete self-assessments in which they propose their grade for the course and support it with evidence of their progress and work. Tri-Class reflections help students see their progress over time. It's not what you know at the end of the course that counts; it's how much you've learned.

Art composition by A. Kidder, M. Nellor, and Y. Nozari. Mosaic on the Ricketson Theater by Pearl Mok '64.

Last Maintained 08/27/2003


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