Principles of Multimedia Learning Part 2: Fostering Generative Processing

Written by Katy Fourie
May 23, 2019

One of the key goals of the cognitive theory of multimedia learning is to foster generative processing. It is this form of processing that allows a student to make sense of the information they have consumed from their learning material. In this infographic, we will define generative processing and identify four principles of multimedia learning that foster generative processing.

 

Principles of Multimedia Learning Part 2: Fostering Generative Processing

Did you miss part one of our series of infographics on the principles of multimedia learning?

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Multimedia Learning Part 1: Reducing extraneous processing

 

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