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A Model for re-designing online training By Licinia “Lulu” Barrueco Kaliher, Ed.D.
 
Poll Time Text # answer to 22333. What has been your experience with online modules? To: 22333 Text # answer
 
 
 
 
Redundancy Principle Illustration based upon Mayer’s Multimedia Learning p. 124
Modality Principle Illustration based upon Mayer’s Multimedia Learning p. 124
Program Design Cognitive Theory and Multimedia Learning (from Clarke and Mayer, 2008 and Mayer, 2005)
Multimedia Principles Principle Description Multimedia Learning from text and graphics is better than text alone Contiguit...
 
5 “Learning Capabilities”
Conditions of Learning http://www.hsc.unt.edu/departments/cld/CourseDesign-TeachingStrategies.cfm
<ul><li>http://www.nickjr.com/kids-videos/nihao-kailan-kids-videos.html </li></ul>
 
Type of Cognitive Load http://instructionaldesigning.org/audio/by/album/idlive
 
 
 
Online Training Design Model
 
 
 
 
 
 
Questions
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Applying Multimedia principles to online learning

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Applying Multimedia principles to online learning

  1. 1. A Model for re-designing online training By Licinia “Lulu” Barrueco Kaliher, Ed.D.
  2. 3. Poll Time Text # answer to 22333. What has been your experience with online modules? To: 22333 Text # answer
  3. 8. Redundancy Principle Illustration based upon Mayer’s Multimedia Learning p. 124
  4. 9. Modality Principle Illustration based upon Mayer’s Multimedia Learning p. 124
  5. 10. Program Design Cognitive Theory and Multimedia Learning (from Clarke and Mayer, 2008 and Mayer, 2005)
  6. 11. Multimedia Principles Principle Description Multimedia Learning from text and graphics is better than text alone Contiguity Align words to corresponding graphics Modality Present words as audio narration, rather than on-screen text Redundancy Explain visuals with words in audio or text; not both Coherence Learning is better when there is no superfluous text, graphics or sound Personalization Use conversational style and virtual coaches Segmenting Break a continuous lesson into bite-size segments Pre-training Ensure learners know names/key concepts Practice Provide practice that is job-relevant, and distributed throughout
  7. 13. 5 “Learning Capabilities”
  8. 14. Conditions of Learning http://www.hsc.unt.edu/departments/cld/CourseDesign-TeachingStrategies.cfm
  9. 15. <ul><li>http://www.nickjr.com/kids-videos/nihao-kailan-kids-videos.html </li></ul>
  10. 17. Type of Cognitive Load http://instructionaldesigning.org/audio/by/album/idlive
  11. 21. Online Training Design Model
  12. 28. Questions

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