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Published on March 3, 2009

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Modality & RedundancyeLearning Principles : Modality & RedundancyeLearning Principles Anne Negus EDTECH 513 Spring 2009 Lesson 1: Modality PrincipleObjectives : Lesson 1: Modality PrincipleObjectives Define the Modality Principle Describe the learning theory supporting the Modality Principle Describe the psychological reasoning behind the Modality Principle Identify learning situations where the Modality Principle does not apply Lesson 1: Modality PrincipleDefinition : Lesson 1: Modality PrincipleDefinition On-screen Text Narration Lesson 1: Modality PrincipleTheory : Lesson 1: Modality PrincipleTheory Lesson 1: Modality PrinciplePsychology : Lesson 1: Modality PrinciplePsychology COGNITIVE LOAD Graphics & Narration Graphics & Narration & Written Text Lesson 1: Modality PrincipleExceptions : Familiarity Memory Support Language Familiarity Printed Words Only Lesson 1: Modality PrincipleExceptions Narration On-screen Text Lesson 1: Modality PrincipleBest Practice : Lesson 1: Modality PrincipleBest Practice Graphics Narration COGNITIVE LOAD Modality PrincipleAssessment : Modality PrincipleAssessment Define: “Modality Principle”. Describe the learning theory supporting the Modality Principle What is the psychological reason that supports the Modality Principle? List at least two learning situations where the modality principle does not apply Lesson 2: Redundancy PrincipleObjectives : Lesson 2: Redundancy PrincipleObjectives Define the Redundancy Principle Describe the learning theory behind Redundancy Principle Describe the psychological reasons for the Redundancy Principle Identify learning situations where narrating on-screen text should be avoided Lesson 2: Redundancy PrincipleDefinition : Lesson 2: Redundancy PrincipleDefinition Narration On-screen Text Narration OR On-screen Text Lesson 2: Redundancy PrincipleTheory : Lesson 2: Redundancy PrincipleTheory Mental Connection Channel 1: Verbal Channel 2: Visual Lesson 2: Redundancy PrinciplePsychology : Animated Graphic Printed Text Lesson 2: Redundancy PrinciplePsychology Narrated Text Lesson 2: Redundancy PrincipleExceptions : Lesson 2: Redundancy PrincipleExceptions Use both text and narration with: With audio recordings w/no graphic (Podcast) Complicated technical verbiage Learning new foreign language Slowly-paced presentation of material Learner-controlled presentation of material On-screen Text Narration Lesson 2: Redundancy PrincipleAssessment : Lesson 2: Redundancy PrincipleAssessment Define “Redundancy Principle.” In your own words, explain the learning theory behind Redundancy Principle. In your own words, explain the psychological reasons for the Redundancy Principle. List at least 2 learning situations where narrating on-screen text should be avoided. Resources : Resources Modality Redundancy, Questioning Learning Styles Hypothesis – Presentation, Dr. Barbara Schroeder Clark, R. & Mayer, R. (2008). E-Learning and The Science of Instruction, 2nd Edition. Pfeiffer. Microsoft Clip Art Gallery

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