Instructional design/Reducing cognitive load in multimedia instruction/Test Your Understanding

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1 The Dual Coding theory assumes which of the following:

Humans can only hold between 2 pieces of information in memory at one time.
Humans can only process information through 2 senses.
Humans process information through two “channels.
Humans like to use multiple senses when learning.

2 Limited Capacity assumes:

Humans are not capable of learning as much as they would like.
Humans can only process so much information at one time.
Humans can process more information in one channel than in the other.
Humans learn through all senses but only at certain times.

3 Of the answers below which one is not one of the five cognitive processes needed for active processing:

Selecting words from the presented material.
Organizing words selected.
Integrating words and pictures with the learner'Transferringwledge.
Transfering what was learned to new situations.

4 Incidental processing refers to what in terms of Cognitive Demand:

Essential data that the learner needs to know to make sense of the instruction.
Information that while interesting, is more of a distraction than a help for meaningful learning.
The necessary processing created when attending to both visual and verbal instruction.
Processing that does not produce a pictorial model.

5 Essential Processing is concerned with all of the answers below except:

Organizing Prior Knowledge.
Selecting words
Integrating words and pictures.
Organizing Images

6 A learner's construction of a coherent verbal or a pictorial representation from the incoming words and images is known as:

Meaningful Learning.
Dual Coding Theory
Isolated Cognition.
None of the above

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 Organizing Words/Pictures · Sounds · Senses · Integrating · Pictures · Prior Knowledge · Words · Working Memory ·
 ·Verbal Model ·Ears· Multimedia Presentation · Pictorial Model · Images · Long-term Memory · Eyes · Selecting Words/Pictures

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