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How to optimize students' learning? Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning
How to optimize student's learning? Consider the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning by professor Richard Mayer. This video was made with Videoscribe. Free trial: http://www.sparkol.com?aid=76483 Transcript of this video How to optimize student's learning? Consider the Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning by professor Richard Mayer. How do you optimize learning? The answer gives the Multimedia Learning Theory by Richard Mayer, a professor at the University of California. This theory is evidence based. To learn you need a brain. You can store an unlimited amount of information. New information arrives in a part of the brain: your working memory . For example what I say and what you see , what you already know to learn optimally, to your best teacher, and your worst teacher, you may observe the hand that this star draws, how you teach yourself and Facebook, you still just have to check. 7 items and your working memory is full. What does this mean for a normal student ? Most of what you learn comes in through two senses: the eyes and, important, the ears. Through the ears words come in, the eyes register images. if done well, this information counts not as 2 items, but just 1 item for the working memory. This is interesting for a teacher. Who usually uses three types of media. On a screen or board you can use images. You can also use accompanying text. And you can also explain the material orally in your own words. Professor Mayer gives specific advice how a student can learn better from you. His first tip is the redundancy principle: The use of images and verbal explanation and text on the board is too much. It's best to delete the text on the board. The multimedia principle, so use multiple media simultaneously, has the same conclusion: images while oral explanation make learning easier than explanation alone. If you have the opportunity, use supportive picture. The modality principle, media that fit well together, also says: if you can choose between using images and verbal explanations and images with accompanying text, choose images and words. If you still want to use images and text, think of the spatial contiguity principle, the time between, or more precisely the spatial proximity of image and text. Obviously you can choose between text directly to the image or separate into two screens of images and text. For example, first a diagram or an animation and then the explanation. But this splitting means you put extra load to the working memory. Choose for image plus text on one screen to support learning. You don't have to avoid text. Text on board or screen can be useful: the signaling principle. With written text, you can very effectively highlight the keywords that support spoken words and image. Other teacher, but I continue with the research. Using oral explanation a student can learn easier if you use personal examples or you go into the world of a student. Also words like 'I' and 'you' are doing well. This also applies to text on the board. That is the personalization principle. Formal language and text are extra load for working memory. If you explain verbally a subject while on the board are exactly the same words, you really have to delete that text. That does not help, it is unnecessary load for the working memory. This is another example of the redundancy principle. And also if you want to illustrate your own words with a funny image or some playful text, remember that you put the working memory to work. That is the coherence principle. Use only relevant image or text. Those were the general principles. The effects do differ by individual, the individual difference effect. The principles work best when learners have high spatial ability, meaningful to measure an IQ, but of course in a classroom this is difficult to determine. But it also works well for learners who have little knowledge of the subject. So, research shows a student can learn better using oral explanation with directly showing relevant images, videos or animation. There are three theories behind these principles. 1. The dual channel, 2. the limited capacity and 3. the active processing assumption. Dual channel means that words and images are sensed apart but are connected at the end of the working memory. At that point they also connect to existing, prior, knowledge. This existing knowledge also is brought in the working memory. And that affects the limited capacity, the limited working memory capacity of up to 7 items for about 20 seconds. Active processing is the assumption that learners construct their own knowledge. And that's an important basis of cognitivism, one of the schools in education. Finally, do you want to help students to learn better? 1. Oral explanations with simultaneously direct support of image is superior. 2. Always be careful with text.
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This video is the introduction video to cognitive learning principles during a managed discourse session of fashion students
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The Cognitive Principles of Effective Teaching Video 1 of 5
Video Series: The Cognitive Principles of Effective Teaching This is a series of five brief videos on the cognitive basis of effective teaching. The purpose of the videos is to synthesize current research in cognitive psychology relevant to student learning and to present the information in a form that is helpful to teachers for improving the design, implementation, and assessment of pedagogy. Below is a summary of each video. Video 1: Beliefs about Teaching This first video is about how the beliefs teachers hold about teaching and learning influence teaching effectiveness. I discuss teacher beliefs that can help or undermine teaching. I also emphasize the importance of teachers having an accurate understanding of how people learn in order to be successful.
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RMC FC 08: Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Principles
The cognitive theory behind the multimedia learning principles of Richard Mayer (at least as I understand them).
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Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development
Piaget's theory argues that we have to conquer 4 stages of cognitive development: 1. Sensori-Motor Stage 2. Pre-Operational Stage 3. Concrete Operational Stage 4. Formal Operational Stage Only once we have gone through all the stages, at what age can vary, we are able to reach full human intelligence. Special thanks for our patroeon supporters: Ville Medeiros, Chutimon Nuangnit, Cedric Wang, Mike, Eva Marie Koblin, Julien Dumesnil, Mathis and the others. You are amazing !!! Join our supporters and help us reach students and teachers worldwide with friendly videos that explain difficult tings simply: www.patreon.com/sprouts Sources: https://www.biography.com/people/jean-piaget-9439915 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Piaget https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piaget%27s_theory_of_cognitive_development http://www.appsychology.com/Book/Developmental/cognitivedevelopment.htm Full Script: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RAeKhw_9Q5DNiftYLyoV8hmCkLjec1za143sGZLxrEw/edit?usp=sharing
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Cognitive/Learning Strategies
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Insight or Cognitive Learning
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Three stages of learning movement
This video explains the three stages of learning motor skills. Fitts and Posner's three stage model is a traditional cognitive theory for explaining motor learning. It is thought that through practice, learners progress through the three stages in a linear manner. It is important that coaches and other practitioners use motor learning theories to guide the prescription of practice.
Cognitive learning theorists
Two theorists telling us their stuff! We created this for a teacher training presentation.
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Cognitive Learning Theory 5.1aII
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Research-based principles for multimedia learning
HILT hosted Richard E. Mayer, Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, for a presentation and discussion about research principles for multimedia instruction. The presentation took place in Sever Hall, May 5, 2014. For more information about the HILT Scholar to Practitioner Speaking Series, please visit: http://hilt.harvard.edu/scholar-practitioner-speaker-series.
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Learning theories Bandura, Skinner and Cognitive
A brief overview of the Learning theories for AS PE Aquiring movement skills.
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Cognitive Learning Style Workplace Teaching
UMN OLPD 3202 Strategies for Teaching Adults
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Cognitive Learning - Teaching Example
This video is a teaching example for cognitive learning in adult education.
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Applying Cognitive Learning Theory to the Composition Classroom
This video describes relevant research from psychologists working in the area of cognitive learning theory and suggests methods for implementing the theories in the college-level composition classroom.
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The Cognitive Principles of Effective Teaching Video 2 of 5
This is a series of five brief videos on the cognitive basis of effective teaching. The purpose of the videos is to synthesize current research in cognitive psychology relevant to student learning and to present the information in a form that is helpful to teachers for improving the design, implementation, and assessment of pedagogy. Below is a summary of each video. Video 2: The Cognitive Challenges of Teaching: Mindset, Metacognition, and Trust This video introduces the nine factors identified by cognitive research that teachers must understand in order to help students learn. Three of those factors, mental mindset, metacognition and self-regulated learning, and trust, are discussed in detail. The video examines how feedback can promote these factors.
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Cognitive Theory Of Learning - AS PE
Cognitive Theory Of Learning - AS PE Created by Hatti Dawson
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PART1 Principles of cognitive processing and knowledge construction
Video tutorial series on the effective use of multimedia to promote learning in classroom and online learning presentations based on Richard Mayer's cognitive theory of multimedia use.
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Use a Learning Theory: Cognitivism
This short video explains the learning theory of cognitivism. Watch this video to see how you can incorporate cognitivism into your classroom.
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Piaget's stages of cognitive development | Processing the Environment | MCAT | Khan Academy
Learn about the stages and developmental milestones in Piaget's theory of cognitive development. Created by Carole Yue. Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/mcat/processing-the-environment/cognition/v/schemas-assimilation-and-accommodation-2 Missed the previous lesson? https://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/mcat/processing-the-environment/memory/v/semantic-networks-and-spreading-activation?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=mcat MCAT on Khan Academy: Go ahead and practice some passage-based questions! About Khan Academy: Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan Academy’s MCAT channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDkK5wqSuwDlJ3_nl3rgdiQ?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
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Language Learning Theories
Take TESOL online courses to learn how to teach English as a foreign or second language: http://www.integrating-technology.org/course/index.php?categoryid=127 You may find the latest research studies on child language acquisition/learning by Patricia Kuhl of interest http://ilabs.uw.edu/institute-faculty/bio/i-labs-patricia-k-kuhl-phd
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Cognitive Theory of MultiMedia Learning
Quick Description of Mayer's theory
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The Cognitive Principles of Effective Teaching Video 5 of 5
This is a series of five brief videos on the cognitive basis of effective teaching. The purpose of the videos is to synthesize current research in cognitive psychology relevant to student learning and to present the information in a form that is helpful to teachers for improving the design, implementation, and assessment of pedagogy. Below is a summary of each video. Video 5: Teachable Moments, Formative Assessment, and Conceptual Change This video discusses how all nine cognitive factors interact with each other and how teachers must manage that interaction to bring about learning. The concept of teachable moments is introduced to capture this process. Finally, the video discusses how formative assessments can help create a constructive learning context in which learning becomes long lasting, regardless of which pedagogy teachers use.
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Cognitive Learning Styles
A short presentation about the three cognitive learning styles.
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John Dunlosky -- "Improving Student Success: Some Principles from Cognitive Science"
Students are expected to learn a great deal of information, and as they progress from grade school to college, they are increasingly responsible for guiding their learning outside of class. Thus, students could benefit from easy-to-use strategies that support durable and efficient learning. I'll discuss which strategies students believe are the best and which ones they use the most, and I'll describe a variety of promising strategies that they should use. Although these principles from cognitive science are not a panacea for every learning challenge, they provide robust tools that will improve student success across many domains. Dr. John Dunlosky is a Professor of Psychology at Kent State University, where he has taught since 2004. He has contributed empirical and theoretical work on memory and metacognition, including theories of self-regulated learning and metacomprehension. Since his post-doctoral training at Georgia Institute of Technology, he has explored people's metacognitive capabilities and how to improve them. A major aim of his research program is to develop techniques to improve the effectiveness of people's self-regulated learning across the lifespan. A fellow of the Association for Psychological Science, he is a founder of the International Association for Metacognition. He co-authored Metacognition, which is the first textbook on the topic, and has edited several books on metacognition and education. He also serves as an Associate Editor for the Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
Cognitive Principles and PPT
Overview of how not to overload your students with too much PowerPoint content.
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Information Processing Approach to Cognitive Development (PSY)
Subject:Psychology Paper:Human development
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Piaget theory of cognitive development
Here is video for DSSSB exam preparation. Soon we will come with some other videos. Like and Share!!
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Social Cognitive Theory of Learning
Describes the 4 main points of social cognitive theory as well as strengths and weaknesses.
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Cognitive Development   Piaget's theory and information processing
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Cognitive Approaches to Learning: Memory
How memory works; Types of memory; Why we forget
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Cognitive Load Theories and Principles
A brief video discussing the cognitive load theory and cognitive theory of multimedia learning.
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Social Cognitive Theory
This video clip was created by Serena Kalyan as part of the course requirements for PSYC 1200 at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. This clip is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License References: Hurst, Melissa. (2013) "Social-Cognitive Learning Theory: Definition and Examples." Study.com. Retrieved from http://study.com/academy/lesson/social-cognitive-learning-theory-definition-and-examples.html Denler, H., Wolters, C., & Benzon, M. (2014, January 28). Social Cognitive Theory. Retrieved from http://www.education.com/reference/article/social-cognitive-theory/ Credit: Video by: Serena Kalyan Animation by: Animaker.com Edited: iMovie Voices by: Mark M. & Rachel M. Script by: Serena Kalyan Music by: The Noveltones; Left Bank Two. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcCHRW8G9yY
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Use a Learning Theory: Constructivism
This short video explains the learning theory of constructivism. Watch this video to see how you can incorporate cognitivism into your classroom.
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Cognitive Learning Theory 2
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Behavioral, cognitive, Developmental, Social Cognitive and Constructivist Perspectives
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This short video describes how to teach a cognitive process. Dr. Andy Johnson, Reading Specialist, www.OPDT-Johnson.com
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InSight - Understanding Cognitive Learning Approaches
InSight is EI Design’s ProductLine of online tutorials that is offered to a global audience. These courses are intended to run seamlessly on Tablets and PCs/Laptops. For more details please visit http://www.eidesign.net/elearning-solutions/productline-insight/ This Video explores the cognitive principles of learning and how they could be used appropriately to create interaction elements in online learning. Please check http://www.eidesign.net. for more eLearning and mLearning resources.
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Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning - Pitt Online
The Multimedia Principle is the first of Mayer’s Principles of Multimedia Design, and it states simply that words together with graphics, which is called multimedia, leads to better learning than simply words alone. In order to really understand why this would be, however, we first need a basis in cognitive theory. So in this video, we will discuss the cognitive theory behind multimedia learning, which will help you understand Mayer’s Principles and how learning from multimedia is thought to work in general. We also recommend that you watch our companion video, Mayer’s Principles of Multimedia Design! https://youtu.be/rNMZppQq6tI Created by Sera Thornton, Instructional Designer, Pitt Online; copyright 2017 University of Pittsburgh.