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Cognitive load theory and e-learning | ACM Digital Library

Cognitive load theory and e-learning | ACM Digital Library | A learning sciences perspective on medical education | Scoop.it

By John Sweller

 

"When technology is used to present information to learners, the modality and format of the presentation is frequently changed. For example, written information may be substituted by spoken information and the static graphics associated with hard copy may be replaced by animations. While instructional designers are usually highly cognizant of these changes, there is another, concomitant but less obvious change that occurs. Relatively transient forms of information such as speech or animations replace a relatively permanent form of information such as written text or visual graphics. Frequently, this change is treated as being incidental and is ignored. Cognitive load theory suggests that it may be critical. Limited human working memory results in transient, technology-based information having considerable instructional consequences, many of them negative. Theory and data associated with the transient information effect will be discussed in relation to e-learning."

 


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One scientific insight for curriculum design

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I’ve made the case before that our curriculum and assessment isn’t designed with memory in mind. Here’s what I spoke about at ResearchEd York: what we can do to improve how much our pupils remember...
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Medical Education

Medical Education | A learning sciences perspective on medical education | Scoop.it

Medical Education ... A free or virtual version from the journal.

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What level of responsibility should students take for their own education? - Opinion - TES

What level of responsibility should students take for their own education? - Opinion - TES | A learning sciences perspective on medical education | Scoop.it
Self-directed learning or directed self-learning? Read or join the debate here ...
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Cognitive load theory and e-learning | ACM Digital Library

Cognitive load theory and e-learning | ACM Digital Library | A learning sciences perspective on medical education | Scoop.it

By John Sweller

 

"When technology is used to present information to learners, the modality and format of the presentation is frequently changed. For example, written information may be substituted by spoken information and the static graphics associated with hard copy may be replaced by animations. While instructional designers are usually highly cognizant of these changes, there is another, concomitant but less obvious change that occurs. Relatively transient forms of information such as speech or animations replace a relatively permanent form of information such as written text or visual graphics. Frequently, this change is treated as being incidental and is ignored. Cognitive load theory suggests that it may be critical. Limited human working memory results in transient, technology-based information having considerable instructional consequences, many of them negative. Theory and data associated with the transient information effect will be discussed in relation to e-learning."

 


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On Pedagogical Manipulation | Hybridity | Hybrid pedagogy

On Pedagogical Manipulation | Hybridity | Hybrid pedagogy | A learning sciences perspective on medical education | Scoop.it
Hybrid Pedagogy is an academic and networked journal on teaching and technology that combines the strands of critical and digital pedagogy to arrive at the best social and civil uses of technology and digital media in the classroom.
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