Genel · Reflection

12 Principles of Multimedia Leaning, Richard E. Mayer

1. Coherence Principle – People learn better when extraneous words, pictures and sounds are excluded rather than included. When we prepare a Powerpoint presentation, we should give the target information simply. We should avoid including some irrelevant pictures, sounds, or extra sentences (or words). 2. Signaling Principle – People learn better when cues that highlight… Continue reading 12 Principles of Multimedia Leaning, Richard E. Mayer

Genel · Reflection

Reiser: History of Instructional Design and Technology

1. How is the term instructional media defined in this chapter? Why are teachers chalkboards, and textbooks excluded from the definition? The term instructional media has been defined as the physical means via which instruc­tion is presented to learners (Reiser & Gagnt. 1983) Teachers chalkboards and textbooks were the three primary means of instruction before… Continue reading Reiser: History of Instructional Design and Technology