Contiguity and Modality Principles Explained<br />Presented by:<br />Cassie Breeggemann<br />
Agenda<br /><ul><li>Define Contiguity
Group Exercise
Define Modality
Q&A</li></li></ul><li>What is Contiguity?<br />Use the Chat Window to write down your best guess.<br />Group Question<br />
Contiguity<br />Principle #1<br />Place Printed Words Near Corresponding Graphics<br />Principle #2<br />Synchronize Spoke...
6 Common Mistakes<br />Separation of Text and Graphics<br />Separation of feedback<br />Screens with Links <br />Exercise ...
Group Exercise<br />You will be assigned a common mistake and tasked to find an example to share back to the group.<br />S...
Mistake #1Separation of text and Graphics on Scrolling Screens<br />You have 5 minutes to find or create an example where ...
Correct VersionSeparation of text and Graphics on Scrolling Screens<br />Insert Correct version here<br />
Mistake #2Separation of feedback from Questions or Responses<br />You have 5 minutes to find or create an example where th...
Correct Version:Separation of feedback from Questions or Responses<br />Insert Correct version here<br />
Mistake #3Covering Lesson Screens with Linked Windows<br />You have 5 minutes to find or create an example where there are...
Correct VersionCovering Lesson Screens with Linked Windows<br />Insert Correct version here<br />
Mistake #4Presenting Exercise Directions Separate from the Exercise<br />You have 5 minutes to find or create an example w...
Correct VersionPresenting Exercise Directions Separate from the Exercise<br />Insert Correct version here<br />
Mistake #5Displaying Captions at the Bottoms of Screens<br />You have 5 minutes to find or create an example where there a...
Correct VersionDisplaying Captions at the Bottoms of Screens<br />Insert Correct version here<br />
Mistake #6Using a Legend to Indicate the Parts of a Graphic<br />You have 5 minutes to find or create an example where the...
Correct VersionUsing a Legend to Indicate the Parts of a Graphic<br />Insert Correct version here<br />
Group Discussion<br />Why do you think the Contiguity Principle is important in eLearning?<br />
Mistakes<br />Click Here to Listen to Description<br />Click Here to View Animation<br />
Modality Principle<br />
Modality<br />It is recommended that you put words in spoken form rather than printed form because reading exact text is d...
Modality<br />
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  • Separation of Graphics and Narration Through IconsSeparation of Graphics and Narration in a Continuous Presentation
  • Whenever there is a graphic as the focus it should be presented simultaneously with the audio so the learner doesn’t have to is the focus on the words and audio at the same time. By keeping the written text the learner is experiencing more cognitive load.
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    1. 1. Contiguity and Modality Principles Explained<br />Presented by:<br />Cassie Breeggemann<br />
    2. 2. Agenda<br /><ul><li>Define Contiguity
    3. 3. Group Exercise
    4. 4. Define Modality
    5. 5. Q&A</li></li></ul><li>What is Contiguity?<br />Use the Chat Window to write down your best guess.<br />Group Question<br />
    6. 6. Contiguity<br />Principle #1<br />Place Printed Words Near Corresponding Graphics<br />Principle #2<br />Synchronize Spoken Words with Corresponding Graphics<br />Narration: “This is a Washington Apple”<br />Apple<br />
    7. 7. 6 Common Mistakes<br />Separation of Text and Graphics<br />Separation of feedback<br />Screens with Links <br />Exercise Separate from Directions<br />Captions at bottom of screen<br />Using a Legend<br />
    8. 8. Group Exercise<br />You will be assigned a common mistake and tasked to find an example to share back to the group.<br />Separation of Text and Graphics- Connie<br />Separation of feedback- Christian<br />Screens with Links- Linda<br />Exercise Separate from Directions- Mike<br />Captions at bottom of screen- Pete<br />Using a Legend- Shirley<br />
    9. 9. Mistake #1Separation of text and Graphics on Scrolling Screens<br />You have 5 minutes to find or create an example where there is separation of text and graphics for a learner.<br />Be prepared to show or explain correct version.<br />
    10. 10. Correct VersionSeparation of text and Graphics on Scrolling Screens<br />Insert Correct version here<br />
    11. 11. Mistake #2Separation of feedback from Questions or Responses<br />You have 5 minutes to find or create an example where there is separation of feedback from Questions or Responses.<br />Be prepared to show or explain correct version.<br />
    12. 12. Correct Version:Separation of feedback from Questions or Responses<br />Insert Correct version here<br />
    13. 13. Mistake #3Covering Lesson Screens with Linked Windows<br />You have 5 minutes to find or create an example where there are a bunch of links connected to the lesson. <br />Be prepared to show or explain correct version.<br />
    14. 14. Correct VersionCovering Lesson Screens with Linked Windows<br />Insert Correct version here<br />
    15. 15. Mistake #4Presenting Exercise Directions Separate from the Exercise<br />You have 5 minutes to find or create an example where there is are exercise directions separate from the exercise. <br />Be prepared to show or explain correct version.<br />
    16. 16. Correct VersionPresenting Exercise Directions Separate from the Exercise<br />Insert Correct version here<br />
    17. 17. Mistake #5Displaying Captions at the Bottoms of Screens<br />You have 5 minutes to find or create an example where there are captions at the bottom of the screen. <br />Be prepared to show or explain correct version.<br />
    18. 18. Correct VersionDisplaying Captions at the Bottoms of Screens<br />Insert Correct version here<br />
    19. 19. Mistake #6Using a Legend to Indicate the Parts of a Graphic<br />You have 5 minutes to find or create an example where there is a legend to indicate parts on a graphic.<br />Be prepared to show or explain correct version.<br />
    20. 20. Correct VersionUsing a Legend to Indicate the Parts of a Graphic<br />Insert Correct version here<br />
    21. 21. Group Discussion<br />Why do you think the Contiguity Principle is important in eLearning?<br />
    22. 22. Mistakes<br />Click Here to Listen to Description<br />Click Here to View Animation<br />
    23. 23. Modality Principle<br />
    24. 24. Modality<br />It is recommended that you put words in spoken form rather than printed form because reading exact text is distracting to the learner<br />
    25. 25. Modality<br />
    26. 26. Understanding the Visual Channel<br />Multimedia Channels Processing<br />
    27. 27. Questions<br />

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