Learning theories applied to multimedia design (Cognitivist perspective…
Learning theories applied to multimedia design
Learning can be measured and objectivised
Associationism: a theory in philosophy or psychology which regards the simple association or co-occurrence of ideas or sensations as the primary basis of meaning, thought, or learning.
Behaviourism: Behaviour theorists define learning as nothing more than the acquisition of new behavior based on environmental conditions
Pavlov/ Skinner/ Watson
Stimulus response and repetition
Quiz's. associate pictures with learning, recall, repetition,
Function learning, authentic problems, develops thought processes not only knowledge
Real life cases, problem solving, active engagement
Questions with a pause before the answers given
Attempts a deeper level of learning than behaviourism
Active learning - a focus on processing
Attempts to challenge the learner in new situations, applied knowledge
How information is processed and perceived
Gestalt/ Piaget/ Vygotsky
Social learning theory
Bandura’s Social Learning Theory posits that people learn from one another, via observation, imitation, and modeling.
Attention, memory, and motivation :star:
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Difficult in a stand alone multimedia tool
individual's learning that takes place because of his or her interactions in a group.