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Cheap & Effective Way to Improve Learning: or Multimedia (MM) Principles Applied to PPT. Nabil Issa MD, Mary Schuller MSEd, Ed Wang PhD., Michael Shapiro MD, Susan Santacaterina MHPE, Debra A. DaRosa PhD. DEATH BY POWER POINT. An Important Title. This is important

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Cheap effective way to improve learning or multimedia mm principles applied to ppt

Cheap & Effective Way to Improve Learning:or Multimedia (MM) Principles Applied to PPT

Nabil Issa MD, Mary Schuller MSEd, Ed Wang PhD.,

Michael Shapiro MD, Susan Santacaterina MHPE,

Debra A. DaRosa PhD.


An important title

DEATH BY POWER POINT

An Important Title

  • This is important

  • This is also important

  • This is very important

  • This is very very important

  • This is extremely important

  • I swear this is the most important

  • I will die if you do not remember this one

  • You will die if you do not remember this one




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*Mayer, ‘02




Study protocol
Study Protocol

  • Pre-test /post-test control group design

  • Lecture topic = Shock.

  • Traditional lecture- already in place

  • Modified lecture- selected MM principles

  • 10 questions= 5 (retention) + 5 (transfer)

  • Content validity of questions – expert review

  • Reliability of scores – percent agreement among raters


180 M3 students

Q1: pilot n = 50

130 students included

Q2-3 (Modified) n=91

Q4 (Traditional) n=39


Example of change signaling principle
Example of change:Signaling Principle




TRADITIONAL

MODIFIED

*P<.0001









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