This six-week course, involves both visual and verbal learning as channels for delivering content usually delivered by a computer running a software application.
This course will attempt to explain how multimedia applications can be used effectively designed and utilized. It will explore learning by watching PowerPoint presentations, pre-recorded lectures, etc. Its principle serves as the foundation for the multimedia design theory and this principle asserts that deeper learning occurs from words and pictures than from just words, however, simply adding images or graphics to words does not assure a deeper level of learning. This course will also explain the concepts of cognitive load theory and processing.
After completing this course, participants should be able to:
- Demonstrate understanding and apply Multimedia learning, its principles and Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning (CTML)
- Apply signaling principle
- Discuss Generative Activity Principle
- Design effective multimedia instructions
All school leaders and educators in Ras Al Khaimah schools are eligible.
Mode of Delivery
This Virtual Training course is bilingual, delivered in Arabic and English.