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EDTECH 513: Coherence Principle

The Coherence Principle

 

According to Clark & Mayer, the coherence principle may be the single most important of those presented.  In summary, it basically states to not over do it with extra unrelated graphics, sound, and media.   452 more words

2.3 Computer-Based Technologies

Multidisciplinary PBL

Integrating other disciplines into project based learning is a great way to help students make connections between content areas, transfer skills between disciplines and think holistically. 348 more words

Reflections

Sploder Game Types

There are five different kids of Sploder games. They are platformer games, physics puzzle maker, 3D mission creator, classic shooter, and retro arcade.

Platformer Games… 752 more words

1.3 Instructional Strategies

How People Learn: My “Mash-up” Learning Theory

I have been thinking about coming up with my own “mash-up” learning theory for about a month. I am a constructivist, especially a social constructivist. I am also a fan of digital learning and connectivism principles. 419 more words

1.3 Instructional Strategies

Roleplaying Community Exploration in Second Life

I prepared myself for a big trip to role playing communities in Second Life (SL). First, I selected my destinations. Second, I dressed in a new outfit for the trip. 623 more words

1.3 Instructional Strategies

Does PBL Require an Authentic Audience?

The audience plays a significant role in Project-based Learning as the processes and products should either reflect or connect to the outside world. According Larmer ( 294 more words

Reflections

History of Graphics in Video games

Let us look at the history of graphics in video games as we go through the following games.

Pong: Pong is one of the earliest arcade video games that use simple two-dimensional graphics. 2,095 more words

1.3 Instructional Strategies