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  • Students learn better when extraneous words, pictures, and sounds are excluded rather than included.
    It occurs when students better understand an explanation from a multimedia lesson containing less material that from a multimedia lesson containing more material.
  • Spatial Contiguity:
    Students learn better when corresponding words and pictures are presented near each other rather than far from each other on the page or screen.
    Temporal Contiguity:
    Students learn better when corresponding words and pictures are presented simultaneously rather than successively.
  • Students learn better from animation and narration than from animation and on-screen text.
  • 1:50—2:14
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    • 1. Smart Board Tiantian Jin Nina Proestler King Chu Inacio Jorge Jussa
    • 2. Technologies  Digital Vision Touch (DViT)  Digital Ink & Pen Tray
    • 3. DViT • Touch-sensitive displays • Control computer applications, navigate Web sites or write notes • Digital cameras and sophisticated software
    • 4. Digital Ink & Pen Tray • Has neither electronic components nor ink • Slots • Not only the pens • Control panel
    • 5. SMART Notebook Math Tools • Combines everything a math teacher needs
    • 6. SMART Notebook Math Tools • Use easily and effectively • Interactive
    • 7. Segmenting Principle • Learners can easily use Smart board tools. Individuals can learn more when multimedia messages are presented in learner-paced style. Smartboard has incorporated their techniques with segmenting principles into there software. • The Smartboard integration with solution do not allow essential overload with learners with Smartboard in the classroom. The learner can watch the video by processing the step by step development. • The next page is an example of segmenting with Smartboard.
    • 8. Segmenting principle: explaining single steps
    • 9. Segmenting principle • Math tools makes it possible for students to create step by step lesson activities that encourage involvement.
    • 10. Pretraining Principle • Smartboard provides the pretraining of their product and it allows the leaner to process the techniques easily. • If we view the smartboard video, we can see “create and explore” this allows the learner to get pretraining for the product. • Smartboard builds component models for the learners to know names, components, and to overcome the overload problems.
    • 11. Pretraining Principle explaining parts of the introduction.
    • 12. Signaling Principle • Smart Tech shows signaling principle to learners. If we take a look in “Evaluate and Solve, 3:13” video you can see the signaling principle. • Signaling principle shows the learner what to attend to.
    • 13. Signaling Principle: Example Highlighted signaling
    • 14. Coherence with Smart Board
    • 15. Contiguity spatial temporal
    • 16. Modality • Smart Board combines animation and narration
    • 17. Informal & direct conversation: You & I Personalization Principle
    • 18. Voice Principle Smart Board does not replace teacher’s voice
    • 19. References • Wiki – Multiple Media Principles • Smart Technology • Mayer, Richard. The Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning • Steffe, L. P., & Olive, J. (2002) Design and use of computer tools for interactive Mathematical Activity (TIMA). Journal of Educational Computing Research, Vol 27(1-2), 2002,pp. 55- 76. • Wikipedia