If you want to be effective in the use of media in your presentations, it’s important to understand how it relates to learning. So today, I’m going to give you some basic rules for being more effective.
These rules come from the work of educational psychologist, Richard Mayer, in his book, “Multimedia Learning.”
Rule Number One:
We learn better with words and pictures than with words alone. Using hearing and vision to transfer information results in much better recall that lasts much longer … often years longer.
We learn better when corresponding words and pictures are presented at the same time or next to each other on the same screen.
And three … we are attracted by movement. Read More …