Texas Center for Educational Technology

I am most proud of my "computer impaired" teachers who went through the Intel Teach to the Future Program.
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External Products Division

Thing TCET entered the world of educational technology as a statewide educational technology research and development center. Today, TCET continues with that mission and is able to deliver a host of educational technology related services. One of the services TCET can deliver to your classroom is a robust Web-based multimedia solution as outlined below.

Multimedia Elements

  • Synchronized Multimedia: Video, text, animation, audio, etc.
  • Database Driven: Content updates, ease of maintenance, searchable, user-friendly, etc.
  • Interactive:Hands-on, asynchronous branching, user-directed, etc.
  • Individualized: Unique learning styles, educational needs, cognitive concerns, etc.
  • Shared Community: Shared objects, avatars, conferencing, etc.
  • Future Shock: Absolute user experience.

Logistics

  • Scripting:Narration, staging, storyboarding, etc.
  • Shooting: Set-up, lighting, camera angles, etc.
  • Audio Recording: Set-up, lighting, camera angles, etc.
  • Programming: Learning management system, interactivity, user concerns, etc.
  • Teamwork: Schedules, talent, etc.

TCET can facilitate your educational technology needs with custom made applications. Contact us to see how we can work with you.

Featured Project

Beginning Educators Gain Instructional Nurturance (BEGIN)

The BEGIN project is funded by a $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to recruit future teachers to work in high-need content areas, such as science, math, and foreign language, in high-need schools.