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10 principles VS “iKnow!”. iKnow! is a web-based learning engine my former company created. I just tried to verify if iKnow! comply with 10 principles. . 10/30/2007 Hiroshi Sasaki. 10 principles VS iKnow !. What is “iKnow!”?

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10 principles VS “iKnow!”

iKnow! is a web-based learning engine my former company created. I just tried to verify if iKnow! comply with 10 principles.

10/30/2007 Hiroshi Sasaki


10 principles VS iKnow!

What is “iKnow!”?

Science-based product set to enhance the efficiency of the human learning process – Learning, Memory and Performance


Metamemory

control

measure

Learning

Memory

Performance

encoding

storage

retrieval

Learning Science of iKnow!:Assisting the Metamemory System

People have inaccurate Metamemory

  • poor control of learning

    People do not know

  • whento review

  • how much needto study (under-study or “labor-in-vain effect”)

Information flow through memory system


Learning Science of iKnow!:Monitoring and Control of Memory

Target Level

good long term-retention!

Alert Level

Memory Strength

0

0

Test date:

High performance!

Time


#1 Multimedia Principle:

People learn better from words and pictures than from words alone.

Evaluation: cleared

Using word and picture!


#2 Contiguity Principle:

People learn better when corresponding words and pictures are presented near rather than far from each other in time or on the screen.

Evaluation: cleared

Using word and picture at the same time!


#3 Coherence Principle:

People learn better when extraneous words, pictures, and sounds are excluded rather than included.

Evaluation: cleared

Used to have extraneous information but have removed.


#4 Modality Principle:

People learn better from words and pictures when words are spoken rather than printed.

Evaluation: cleared

Words are spoken!


#5 Redundancy Principle:

People learn better from animation and narration than from animation, narration, and on-screen text.

Evaluation: NOT cleared

Words are spoken! But on-screen text as well!And NO animation!


#6 Personalization Principle:

People learn better when words are presented in conversational style rather than formal style.

Evaluation: NOT cleared

Words are spoken with formal style but not conversational style!


#7 Voice Principle:

People learn better when words are spoken in a non-accented human voice than in machine voice or accented voice.

Evaluation: cleared

Outsourced professional narrators with non-accented.


#8 Signaling Principle:

People learn better when the voice signals important words rather than when there are no signals.

Evaluation: NOT cleared

Signals are not used.


#9 Interactivity Principle:

People learn better when they can control the pace of presentation than when they receive a continuous presentation.

Evaluation: almost cleared

Kinds of some interactive activities, such as quiz mode, or spelling practice.


#10 Pretraining Principle:

People learn better when they receive pretraining on each component rather than no pretraining.

Evaluation: NOT cleared

There is a preview screen but not a pretraining function.


Conclusion:

6 cleared out of 10 principles.

This product has NOT been perfect.

Therefore, the business did NOT go well.


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