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Instructional Design Models and Theories
Information Processing Theory
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1950s - The Information Processing Theory
emerges
The Information Processing Theory
Information Processing Theory
• What is the Concept of Information Processing
Theory
• Which are the Main Functions of Inf...
The Concept of Information
Processing Theory
Section 1
The Concept of Information Processing Theory
• The idea of Information
Processing lies within
Cognitive Psychology and
as ...
The 3 Main Functions of
Information Processing Theory
Section 2
The 3 Main Functions of Information Processing Theory
1. Sensory memory
Helps people screen incoming information.
2. Worki...
The 3 Principles of Information
Processing Theory
Section 3
The 3 Principles of Information Processing Theory
1. The information provided by our environment is
constantly processed b...
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Information Processing Theory
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  1. 1. Instructional Design Models and Theories Information Processing Theory
  2. 2. Founder of the eLearning Industry's Network elearningindustry.com • eLearning Consultant and Analyst in various USA and EU organizations. • eLearning Blogger at eLearningIndustry.com • M.B.A. & M.Ed. from BGSU, Ohio, USA. If I can be valauable to you do not hesitate to contact me • https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopherpappas • https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ChristopherPappas/posts • https://twitter.com/cpappas • https://www.facebook.com/christoforos.pappas Christopher Pappas
  3. 3. Join us at the Instructional Design History Journey A New Instructional Design Model Will Be Added Every Week! Find more at: Instructional Design Models and Theories http://elearningindustry.com/instructional-design-models-and-theories Instructional Design Models and Theories
  4. 4. 1950s - The Information Processing Theory emerges The Information Processing Theory
  5. 5. Information Processing Theory • What is the Concept of Information Processing Theory • Which are the Main Functions of Information Processing Theory • Which are the Principles of Information Processing Theory Objectives
  6. 6. The Concept of Information Processing Theory Section 1
  7. 7. The Concept of Information Processing Theory • The idea of Information Processing lies within Cognitive Psychology and as a theory combines multiple theoretical perspectives that mainly seek to explain human learning as the development of networked memory structures. • Throughout much of the 1950s psychologists involved in the Information Processing movement began to view the brain as a neural computer that processes information with extraordinary efficiency and excellent performance in problem solving and critical thinking.
  8. 8. The 3 Main Functions of Information Processing Theory Section 2
  9. 9. The 3 Main Functions of Information Processing Theory 1. Sensory memory Helps people screen incoming information. 2. Working memory Helps people manage and store larger chunks of information, and perform visual-spatial mental operations. 3. Long-term memory Serves as a permanent repository of information that can be accessed at a later time, enabling humans to continually build upon their knowledge base.
  10. 10. The 3 Principles of Information Processing Theory Section 3
  11. 11. The 3 Principles of Information Processing Theory 1. The information provided by our environment is constantly processed by a complex series of systems. 2. The processing systems modify the information we gather in “systematic” ways. 3. The primary goal of research tasks that delve into information processing is to determine which processes and brain structures are behind cognitive performance.
  12. 12. Find more at: Information Processing Theory Information Processing Theory
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