from neuroscience reveals the science behind that saying. However, the challenge for e-learning practitioners arises when they attempt to integrate learning theory into the design and creation of visuals and video. Although elearning practitioners and instructional designers are educated in learning theory, what is often overlooked is the design of effective visuals and/or video that has a basis learning theory. To that end, there is a difference between the way the brain remembers words and remembers
A Knowles Theory of Andragogy “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn” - Benjamin Franklin Malcolm Knowles was an American educationist who firmly believed that adults learn differently compared with children, which led him to later propose the adult learning theory (Smith 2002). He introduced the term "andragogy" as the art and science of helping adults learn (Kaufman 2003;
Digitization and literacy Most simply stated literacy is considered as the ability to read and write. However, with the development of knowledge, literacy became more complex, it evolved into a cognitive process which involves critical interpretation of information that are represented through spoken and written words. According to dr. Kirk Panneton, it is an important "intellectual, cultural and electronic capability” (1). As the dr. Pannton’s view of literacy involves digital capabilities of
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