マルチメディア学習<br>Multimedia Learning

マルチメディア学習
Multimedia Learning

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 210 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521782395
  • DDC分類 371.33467

Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
The Promise of Multimedia Learning 1 (20)
What Is Multimedia? 2 (1)
The Case for Multimedia Learning 3 (2)
Three Views of Multimedia Messages 5 (3)
Two Views of Multimedia Design 8 (4)
Two Metaphors of Multimedia Learning 12 (3)
Three Kinds of Multimedia Learning Outcomes 15 (2)
Two Kinds of Active Learning 17 (4)
Multimedia Instructional Messages 21 (20)
What Are Multimedia Instructional Messages? 21 (1)
How Lighting Storms Develop 22 (8)
How Brakes Work 30 (5)
How Pumps Work 35 (4)
Conclusion 39 (2)
A Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning 41 (22)
Three Assumptions of a Cognitive Theory of 42 (11)
Multimedia Learning
Five Steps in a Cognitive Theory of 53 (5)
Multimedia Learning
Examples of How Three Kinds of Presented 58 (3)
Materials Are Processed
Conclusion 61 (2)
Multimedia Principle 63 (18)
Introduction 64 (8)
Research on Multimedia 72 (6)
Implications 78 (3)
Spatial Contiguity Principle 81 (15)
Introduction 82 (6)
Research on Spatial Contiguity 88 (5)
Implications 93 (3)
Temporal Contiguity Principle 96 (17)
Introduction 97 (5)
Research on Temporal Contiguity 102(9)
Implications 111(2)
Coherence Principle 113(21)
Coherence Principle 1: Student Learning is 115(8)
Hurt When Interesting but Irrelevant Words
and Pictures Are Added to a Multimedia
Presentation
Coherence Principle 2: Student Learning is 123(5)
Hurt When Interesting but Irrelevant Sounds
and Music Are Added to a Multimedia
Presentation
Coherence Principle 3: Student Learning is 128(4)
Improved When Unneeded Words Are Eliminated
from a Multimedia Presentation
Implications 132(2)
Modality Principle 134(13)
Introduction 135(6)
Research on Modality 141(3)
Implications 144(3)
Redundancy Principle 147(14)
Introduction 147(7)
Research on Redundancy 154(3)
Implications 157(4)
Individual Differences Principle 161(22)
Questions about Multimedia Learning 162(1)
Individual Differences Principle 1: Role of 163(9)
Learner's Existing Knowledge
Individual Differences Principle 2: Role of 172(7)
Learner's Spatial Ability
Implications 179(4)
Principles of Multimedia Design 183(12)
Seven Principles of Multimedia Design 183(3)
Five Questions About Multimedia 186(6)
The Contributions and Challenges of 192(3)
Research on Multimedia Learning
References 195(8)
Author Index 203(4)
Subject Index 207