Engineering Mechanics Solutions DVD #3 - A video demonstrating simpler methods to solve questions that most students find difficult
This one hour DVD demonstrates, in simple language, how to solve a range of problems that most students find difficult. The DVD is designed to be used during lessons and/or to be placed on school networks so that students can view the demonstrations of problem areas at their leisure and at their speed.
The types of questions demonstrated are those that generally pose problems for students in examinations.
A short preview of the areas demonstrated by this DVD can be viewed below:
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Engineering Mechanics Solutions DVD - DVD #3:
Teacher's Lessons DVD #2 - Historical, Scope and Impacts for all modules - ONE DVD COVERS ALL 8 MODULES!
Many of us are not completely happy with our presentation of the historical and societal areas of the Engineering Studies course - particularly with the new syllabus specifications. This DVD should fix this problem - it covers all of the requirements of the new syllabus and it provides an attractive digital presentation for lessons, with minimum lesson preparation!
A pdf of student worksheets with syllabus headings in the same sequence as presented in the DVD is included so that students can make study summaries during lessons for each of the 8 modules.
Similar to PowerPoint, it is a hyperlinked PDF presentation on DVD of the latest syllabus requirements for the historical, scope and impacts areas for each module. A resource such as this DVD would be very difficult for full-time Engineering Studies teachers to develop when considering the time constraints on teachers today.
Using this DVD, lessons can be presented via data projector or smart board and facilitates an easy, comprehensive, professional, modern and attractive lesson presentation for teachers and students - a presentation that today’s digitally oriented student expect as the norm. Also absent students can access the slides relevant to missed lessons to help them understand the content that was covered during their absence.
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Teacher's Lessons DVD #1 - Workbook contents plus extra information & graphics covering both years 11 & 12 materials & mechanics content
This is similar to PowerPoint and is a hyperlinked PDF presentation on DVD of Workbook contents as well as extra information and graphics to compliment the Engineering Studies - A Student's Workbook, in the order presented in the workbook. A resource such as this DVD would be very difficult for full-time Engineering Studies teachers to develop when considering the time constraints on teachers today.
"I have not seen anything as good as this either here or overseas ...... it will save teachers a lot of lesson preparation ..... it should give teachers who are unfamiliar with some concepts of the course a lot more confidence in the classroom.....this is a 21st century presentation for our flagship course......."
- some comments from reviewers.
Using the Teacher’s Presentation DVD, lessons can be presented via data projector or smart board and facilitates an easy, comprehensive, professional, modern and attractive lesson presentation for teachers and students - a presentation that today’s digitally oriented student expect as the norm. Also absent students can access the slides relevant to missed lessons to help them understand the content that was covered during their absence.
The most recent edition of the Teacher’s Presentation DVD #1 is 2018; if you wish to update your early edition to this latest one, simply send your copy back to us with $20 P & H and we will send you the latest version of the DVD.
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Industrial Processes for Engineering Studies - a 3 DVD package:
This 3 DVD package provides up-to-date Industrial Processes for Engineering Studies and co-ordinates with the sequence of presentation in the Engineering Studies Workbook. This allows for the information to be reinforced by viewing short (about 5 minutes) video presentations of each industrial process in the same sequence as presented in the workbook.
The suggested sequence of presentation is to:
1. Discuss the process using the Teacher's Classroom Presentation Quicktime DVD #1 via a data projector/smart board with students annotating their Engineering Studies Workbook with any extra information;
2. Allow students to handle a 'look, touch and experience' sample of the process;
3. Show the short video presentation from the Industrial Processes for Engineering Studies DVDs, queued on the computer at the process being discussed. The next process on the DVD will be the same as the next process presented in the Workbook. Thus no time is lost during class showing long videos (often much of the video being unrelated) and losing valuable classroom time loading different DVDs for each industrial process.
Cost of the 3 DVD package is $210.
Advantages of using the Teacher's DVDs, Processes DVDs & Workbooks package:
It provides a co-ordinated package for teachers so that there is minimum extra lesson preparation.
It facilitates the teacher engaging the students with a professional, well organised, modern and efficient lesson presentation.
It facilitates active learning - students listen, watch, write, touch and experience.
It allows the less experienced teachers of the subject to have information on the slides that he/she can refer to when teaching thereby retaining confidence during lessons.
Students leave the classroom with an annotated study summary of each lesson in their Workbooks and a visual representation of the concepts and processes in their minds.
Use of electronic presentation allows for the Processes DVD and the Teacher’s Presentation DVDs to be easily and quickly integrated into the lessons - reduces student restlessness during inactivity.
Students today expect teachers to use digital technology in their classes - particularly in a highly technological subject such as Engineering Studies.