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2 Mission Possible: Multimedia Principle Kimberly Napier EME6415 Florida State University Dr. Jeong

3 Secret AGENT BLUE Classified Info Click here

4 TOP SECRET MISSION Agent XXX, you have been selected to perform a top secret mission. It s up to you to learn and become very familiar with the Multimedia Principle, and apply this knowledge to help save and prevent the destruction of the headquarters of Instructional Systems Laboratories.

5 Background Intel Mission Intel click here for Intel

6 Multimedia Principle Objective: To effectively incorporate the use of text and graphics to ensure and enhance the retention of material presented during instruction

7 Remember Agent XXX Time is of the essence. Do Not Fail or the headquarters of ISL will be blown up. You must secure each of the (3)three digit codes and Report to A Rendezvous point where you will input the codes into a detonator where the bombs then will be deactivated. Mission Warning

8 Mission Brief 1- Secure digits one through three for code 1 2- Secure digits one through three for code 2 3- Secure digits one through three for code 3 4- Input each of the (3) three digit codes to deactivate the bombs Mission Objectives: Click Here To Accept This Mission

9 Mission Guide Digit ONE of Code ONE Digit TWO of Code ONE Digit THREE of Code ONE Digit ONE of Code TWO Digit TWO of Code TWO Digit THREE of Code TWO Digit ONE of Code THREE Digit TWO of Code THREE Digit THREE of Code THREE Mission Brief

10 Some reports claim an average increase of _____ when students studied using text and graphics versus studying text only. Sorry wrong answer try again Secret Agent XXX 56% CodeCode 9 89% 24%

11 True or False: When creating instructional materials use as many graphics as you can fit on the page. More does not mean better in this case. TRUE CodeCode 2 FALSE

12 True or False: Images added for dramatic or entertainment value depress learning. Following the guidelines for graphics selection to ensure proper image CodeCode 7 FALSE TRUE

13 True or False: The graphic selected must be confluent with both the text and learning goal. Not confluent, but congruent. TRUE CodeCode 8 FALSE

14 True or False: Select graphics based on the type of content being taught. CodeCode 4 TRUE Graphic and content must be congruent FALSE

15 Select the graphic that is most congruent with the concept TEACHER CodeCode 6

16 Learning occurs by the encoding of new information in permanent memory called ___ Close, try again. CodeCode 3 Permanent storage memory Long term memory “permanent” memory Short term memory

17 According to a theory called Dual Encoding, content communicated with text and graphics sends two codes: a ___ code and a ___ code. CodeCode 1 Sorry, try again Written; Visual Verbal; Visual Sorry, try again Written; Image

18 ___ ___ increases the likelihood of retention of the material in a learner’s long term memory. Try again Bi-fold Coding Bimodal Coding CodeCode 5 Dual Coding

19 GoodJOBBOOM!!!SECRETBOOM!!! AGENT XXXYOUBOOM!!!HAVE DEACTIVATED BOOM!!!THEBOOM!!! BOMBS!!! rendezvous Click here for debriefing

20 Mission Debriefing Why: Research has shown that graphics can improve learning What: Select the kind of graphic that is congruent with the text and with the learning goal How: Learning occurs by the encoding of new information in permanent memory called long-term memory

21 By: Kimberly Napier EME6415 Florida State University Dr. Jeong Fall 2010 Mission Possible: Multimedia Principle


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