Overview

In this final section of the trail you are going to use Moreno & Mayer's article to analyze multimodal learning environment (MmLE) lesson.

1. Construct an argument to support or refute two of these claims:
  • Claim #1: The Force and Motion Simulation is an interactive multimedia learning environment that supports controlling, manipulating and navigating

  • Claim #2: The Force and Motion Simulation is an interactive multimedia learning environment that supports controlling, dialoguing, manipulating, searching and navigating

  • Claim #3: The Force and Motion Simulation enables students to learn only a few only a few pieces of information at any one time

  • Claim #4: The Force and Motion Simulation enables students to engage in meaningful learning because the learner has to spend conscious effort in cognitive processes such as selecting, organizing, and integrating new information with existing knowledge.

  • Claim #5: The Force and Motion Simulation follows principle.

  • Claim #6: The Force and Motion Simulation provides explanatory feedback.

2. Use a rubric to guide your argument construction
  • a. It is called IMMLe Argument
  • b. The rubric has been shared with you


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