Construction of Multifunctional Video Conversion-based Multimedia Teaching System for College Basketball
Keywords:Video conversion software, animation demonstration teaching mode, FLASH, College Basketball
Animation demonstration is an important manifestation of multimedia technology. In the past, low flexibility and long research and development cycle are typical problems of animation demonstration system and video conversion technology. Through introducing an advanced teaching method (understanding approach) and multimedia technology (video conversion system based on SOPC) for theoretical construction, this study designed a video conversion system based on SOPC, finally constructed a multifunctional video conversion-based multimedia teaching system from the aspect of module design and functional design, and used a randomized controlled experiment to test students’ learning outcomes in the course of college basketball. The results show that students’ offensive understanding ability and defensive understanding ability improved greatly after the system was used in teaching. It plays an important role in improving the usability and effectiveness of multimedia teaching system.
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