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Title: Design of Cueing in Multimedia Practicals
Authors: Hummel, Hans
Keywords: cueing
process worksheets
worked examples
schema theory
Issue Date: 14-Sep-2006
Abstract: Computer programs aimed at the acquisition and application of problem-solving skills are referred to as multimedia practicals. Both instructional guidelines and empirical data on necessary support for learners, studying such competence-based learning programs, are sparse. This thesis describes a literature study and a series of experimental studies into cueing, formats of cognitive feedback which provide effective process support in multimedia practicals. The studies focus on worked-out examples and process worksheets as promising cueing formats to support law students learning to systematically prepare and hold a plea in various authentic situations. As a result of this research, the thesis presents a theoretical model, guidelines and practical implications for the design and use of cueing in multimedia practicals.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1820/697
ISBN: 9090188762
Appears in Collections:1. LN: Publications and Preprints
PhD Learning & Cognition
PhD Learning Networks Research

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