R. V. Mayer

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  • R Mayer, A Stull, K Almeroth, B Bimber, D Chun, M Bulger +3 others
  • 2007
Objectives and Theoretical Framework Today, many college courses are taught in large lecture halls that hold hundreds of students. Instructors of large lecture courses may be concerned that this learning environment can lead students to be cognitively passive. This study examines the effectiveness of a technology-supported instructional method that is(More)
Analyzed models of learning, which take into account that: 1) the rate of increase of student's knowledge is proportional to the difference between levels of teacher's requirements and prior knowledge; 2) if the requirements are too high, then student motivation decreases and he stops learning. Was proposed: 1) a one component model, coming from the fact(More)
The principles on which can be based computer model of process of training are formulated. Are considered: 1) the unicomponent model, which is recognizing that educational information consists of equal elements; 2) the multicomponent model, which is considering that knowledge is assimilate with a various strength, and on lesson weak knowledge becomes(More)
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