Instructional efficiency of integrated and separated text with animated presentations in computer-based science instruction

@article{Kablan2008InstructionalEO,
  title={Instructional efficiency of integrated and separated text with animated presentations in computer-based science instruction},
  author={Zeynel Kablan and M{\"u}nire Erden},
  journal={Computers & Education},
  year={2008},
  volume={51},
  pages={660-668}
}
This study deals with the instructional efficiency of integrating text and animation into computer-based science instruction. The participants were 84 seventh-grade students in a private primary school in Istanbul. The efficiency of instruction was measured by mental effort and performance level of the learners. The results of the study showed that processing integrated text and animation format in computer-based science instruction requires less mental effort than the separated format, and… CONTINUE READING
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