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  • 1. Multimedia and Contiguity Principle Edtech 513 Project 1 by Melanie Kennelly
  • 2. Objective • Students will be able to define and understand the difference between Multimedia and contiguity principles • Students will be able recognize examples of each principle
  • 3. The Multimedia Principle People learn more deeply from words and graphics than from words alone.
  • 4. Six Types of Graphics that Support Learning • Decorative • Representational • Organizational • Relational • Transformational • Interpretive
  • 5. Decorative Decorative graphics serve to decorate the page without enhancing the message of the lesson
  • 6. Representational Representational graphics portray a single element, such as a photo with a caption
  • 7. Representational Representational graphics portray a single element, such as a photo with a caption Decorative and representational graphics do not promote learning as well as the others
  • 8. Relational iPhone Average Use Per Day 9% 3% 8% Voice Call SMS 10% 45% E-Mail Music Games Internet 12% Other 14% Relational graphics portray a quantitative relation among two or more variables
  • 9. Organizational Organizational graphics depict the relations among elements
  • 10. Transformational Transformational graphics depict changes in an object over time
  • 11. Interpretive Interpretive graphics illustrate intangible phenomena visible and concrete
  • 12. The Contiguity Principle People learn more deeply when corresponding printed words and graphics are placed close to one another on the screen or when spoken words and graphics are presented at the same time
  • 13. Example Good Better
  • 14. Assessment Answer the following questions to see how well you understand multimedia and the contiguity principles
  • 15. Question #1 Multimedia is defined as: a. Written word is an effective way for most students to learn. b. Many students learn well from diagrams or pictures. c. Students learn more effectively when words and pictures are used together. Click here for answer
  • 16. Question #1 Multimedia is defined as: a. Written word is an effective way for most students to learn. b. Many students learn well from diagrams or pictures. c. Students learn more effectively when words and pictures are used together. If you answered c. you are correct!
  • 17. Question #2 The Contiguity Principle is defined as: a. Relevant graphics used with words aide in effective learning. b. The best way to position graphics and related text. c. When materials flow well and are easy to read. click here for correct answer
  • 18. Question #2 The Contiguity Principle is defined as: a. Relevant graphics used with words aide in effective learning. b. The best way to position graphics and related text. c. When materials flow well and are easy to read. The answer is b. Great Job!
  • 19. Question #3 The difference between the multimedia principle and the contiguity principle is: a. Multimedia shows the effectiveness of words and graphics used together, and contiguity describes how to place them. b. Multimedia shows what graphics to use and contiguity describes what words work most effectively. Click here for correct answer
  • 20. Question #3 The difference between the multimedia principle and the contiguity principle is: a. Multimedia shows the effectiveness of words and graphics used together, and contiguity describes how to place them. b. Multimedia shows what graphics to use and contiguity describes what words work most effectively. a. is the correct answer
  • 21. Question #5 Which of the following illustrations represents an effective multimedia tool? click here for answer
  • 22. Question #5 Which of the following illustrations represents an effective multimedia tool? The line graph is the correct answer. Great Job!
  • 23. Question #6 Which picture is the best example of the contiguity principle? Click here for the correct answer Phases of the moon
  • 24. Question #6 Which picture is the best example of the contiguity principle? The picture directly below is the correct answer. Phases of the moon
  • 25. Resources • http://www.wikihow.com/Tie-Your-Shoes • http://www.zibs.com/blog/archives/Applecorps.jpg • http://edmall.gsfc.nasa.gov/WebQuest/sysmapex.gif • http://fortuneapple20.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/picture-10.png • http://www.aurorahunter.com/images/science/Moon-Phase.gif • http://www.usgcrp.gov/usgcrp/images/ocp2003/ocpfy2003-fig5-1.htm • http://www.governorsresidence.ohio.gov/garden/photosynthesis.aspx • http://www.learningplanet.com/act/fl/aact/index.asp • http://songsofhigherlearning.com/img/Phases%20of%20the%20Moon.jpg • Clark, Ruth Colvin. E-learning and the science of instruction proven guidelines for consumers and designers of multimedia learning. San