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Cognitive theory of Multimedia Learning

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Sinem Mete

on 15 September 2015

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Transcript of Cognitive theory of Multimedia Learning

Design Principles in Multimedia Learning
Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning
Multimedia Principles for Complex Learning

Multimedia Principles for Complex Learning
Multimedia Principles for Complex Learning Part 2

Pre-Training Principle
Voice Principle
Multimedia Principle
Words and Pictures
Spatial Contiguity Principle
Coherence Principle
Irrelevant or Unnecessary Words, Pictures and Sounds
Modality Principle
Animation and Audio
Animation and On-Screen Test
Redundancy Principle
Animation with Audio
Animation, Audio, Text together
Signaling Principle
about the organization of essential educational material

Bold or colorful texts
Audio Narration--
Vocal Emphasis
Diagrams and Pictures--
Visual Signals
like Arrows, Circles etc.
Segmenting Principle
Complex Materials should be
divided into segments or chunks.
Words Alone
Contiguity Principle
Temporal Contiguity Principle
Best placement of words & pictures
Best sequencing of words &pictures
Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning
Cognitive Processes in Active Learning
1- Selecting Relevant Material

2- Organizing Selected Material

3- Integrating Selected Material with Prior Knowledge
Three assumptions of Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning
1- Dual Channels
Auditory/Verbal Channel
Pictorial/Visual Channel

2- Limited Capacity

3- Active Processing
Part 1
1. Slide Page
2. Slide Page
(Spatial Contiguity Principle)
(Temporal Contiguity Principle)

Multimedia Principles for Complex Learning
Part 3
Knowing The names and Characteristics of Main Concepts
Personalization Principle
Using Conversational or Informal Language
"You, We, Let's"
Using on-screen character
friendly human voice
machine voice
Image Principle
Image of the Speaker on Screen
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