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Case Study 2 – Maintaining Attention in Lectures

Posted by sarahrobb on March 15, 2010


Simon Docking – psu740

Daniel Savva – psu744

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Case Study 1 – The Negative Suggestion Effect

Posted by sarahrobb on March 15, 2010


Simon Docking – psu740
Daniel Savva – psu744

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Case Study 2 – Student Interest…

Posted by mjwhite1989 on March 15, 2010


This little video (the music doesn’t really match, but it is quite pretty…) presents the suggestion that students need to be interested in a teaching method for it to work.

Amy Pratt – psu64a

Michael White – psu6c5

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Case study 1 – Storytelling

Posted by mjwhite1989 on March 15, 2010


Prince Martin and the Trumpet of Knowledge

This video illustrates the theory that storytelling and the use of examples in teaching lead to a deeper level of learning.

Michael White – psu6c5
Amy Pratt – psu64a

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PSN

Posted by edu61e on March 15, 2010


Psychology News
The Testing Effect
Deep Questions

Rachel Hodder  edu61e
Arran Booth    edu6ba

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Primacy and Recency Effect (case study 2)

Posted by aphro16 on March 15, 2010


The video suggests how the primacy and recency effect can be applied in an educational setting.

Janine Rowe: psua62

Alexandros Papagiannis: psu745

Aphrodite Evangelou: psu754

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Rob Laing – Case Study Two – Generative Learning Through Cooperative Problem Solving Groups

Posted by Rob Laing on March 15, 2010


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Rob Laing – Case Study One – Dual Code & Multimedia Effect

Posted by Rob Laing on March 15, 2010


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Negative Suggestions

Posted by nadineaneesa on March 15, 2010


A video on the effects of negitive suggestions.

PSU731

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The self- referencing effect

Posted by nadineaneesa on March 15, 2010


How relating information to yourself can help you to learn better.

by psu731

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