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Copy of Screen Time: Getting Instruction Right

Based on Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning, Dr. Richard E. Mayer
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Jaime Lassman

on 4 November 2014

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Transcript of Copy of Screen Time: Getting Instruction Right

Redundancy
Tools
recording/ editing
Image
think of coherence and spacial contiguity

Coherence
Temporal Contiguity

Pretraining
Multimedia
Sugar Free Chocolate?
Contiguity
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Screen Time:
Getting Instruction Right!

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Teleprompters:
http://www.cueprompter.com/
http://www.easyprompter.com/
http://appadvice.com/appguides/show/teleprompter-apps
Collaborating
Live Recording
Signaling
highlighting
Zooming
Segmenting
Modality
more
graphics & narration
Personalization
the nose
your
conventional > formal
Voice
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http://hartford.edu/academics/faculty/fcld/data/documentation/technology/presentation/powerpoint/12_principles_multimedia.pdf
Don't
Better?
Do (Signaling)
Don't
Do (Pretraining)
Better?
Do (Coherence)
Don't
Do NOT!
Do (Temporal Contiguity)
Spatial Contiguity

Nothing
Don't
Do (Spatial Contiguity)
Don't
Do (Redundancy)
You Might Think...But Don't
Don't
Do (Multimedia)
Don't
Do (Segmentation)
Modality
Don't
Do (Modality)
Pretraining
Do (Voice)
http://www.slideshare.net/tag/mayer-s-cognitive-theory-research
Do (Personalization)
More Examples
Think about cognitive overload
Dual Channel (words & pictures) (eyes & ears)
based on novel information
machine vs. human learning
this is for learning ... not necessarily entertainment
...bonus at the end...

http://goo.gl/cGIVwD
less
animation and onscreen text
human > machine
think: voice
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