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    • Melissa V. Rentchler April 2008
      Improving Library Instruction
      Going Beyond the Lecture: Integrating Critical Thinking Strategies and Technologies to Affect Better Learner Outcomes
    • Melissa V. Rentchler April 2008
      Research
      Edgar Dale’s Cone of Learning
      http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/agexed/sae/ppt1/sld012.htm
      The National Training Laboratories
      http://www.tcde.tehama.k12.ca.us/pyramid.pdf
      Fadel & Lemke’s Multimodal Learning
      http://www.cisco.com/web/strategy/docs/education/Multimodal-Learning-Through-Media.pdf page 10
    • Melissa V. Rentchler April 2008
      Optimizing Learner Outcomes
      “…requires more fine-grained differentiation of instruction that takes into account-and leverages-…”how the brain functions, how people learn, and multimedia design.”
      (Fadel & Lemke, 2008)
    • Melissa V. Rentchler April 2008
      “The complexity of teaching and learning becomes increasingly apparent as the physiological, cognitive, social, and emotional aspects of learning become known. The percentages related to the cone of learning were a simplistic attempt to explain very complex phenomenon. The reality is that the most effective designs for learning adapt to include a variety of media, combinations of modalities, levels of interactivity, learner characteristics, and pedagogy based on a complex set of circumstances.In general, multimodal learning has been shown to be more effective than traditional, unimodal learning. Adding visuals to verbal (text and/or auditory) learning can result in significant gains in basic and higher-order learning. The meta-analytic findings in this report provide insights into when interactivity augments multimodal learning of moderately to complex topics, and when it is advantageous for students to work individually when learning or building automaticity with basic skills.” (Fadel & Lemke, 2008)
    • Melissa V. Rentchler April 2008
      References and Bibliography
      Fadel, C., Lemke, C. (2008). Multimodal learning through media:
      what the research says. Metiri Group and Cisco Systems.
      Retrieved April 8, 2008 from,
      http://www.cisco.com/web/strategy/docs/education/Multimodal- Learning-Through-Media.pdf
      Moore, G. E. (1999). Edgar Dale’s, Cone of Learning. Supervised Agricultural Experience. North Carolina State University Agricultural & Extension Education. Retrieved April 8, 2008 from, http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/agexed/sae/ppt1/sld012.htm
      Tehama County Department of Education. (2002). Pyramid of Learning, a proprietary document from The National Training laboratories, Bethel, Maine. Retrieved April 8, 2008 from, http://www.tcde.tehama.k12.ca.us/pyramid.pdf
      University of Iowa. (2002). Edgar Dale’s, Cone of Learning. The Upper Midwest Center for Public Health Preparedness: Train the Trainer. University of Ohio. Retrieved April 8, 2008 from, http://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/icphp/ed_training/ttt/archive/2002/2002_course_materials/Cone_of_Learning.pdf