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Multimedia Learning Theory: Preparing for the New Generation of Students

Multimedia Learning Theory: Preparing for the New Generation of Students

by Patrick M. Jenlink (Editor)

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ISBN-13: 9781610488495
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 06/10/2019
Pages: 170
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.00(d)

About the Author

Patrick M. Jenlink is Regents Professor, the E.J. Campbell Endowed Chair: Professor of Educational Leadership, and Professor of doctoral studies in the Department of Secondary Education and Educational Leadership. His experience during over four decades as an educator includes STEM teaching, building administrator, school district superintendent, technology professor at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, professor of computer and software applications at Western Michigan University, an evaluator and research consultant on National Science Foundation funded Statewide Systemic STEM initiative in Michigan, senior researcher on funded STEM initiatives in Oklahoma with NASA and Oklahoma State University, and author of multiple grants in Oklahoma and Michigan focused on technology innovation in K-12 schools with a focus on use of simulations in advancing educator knowledge and pedagogy and advanced application of digital literacies. Dr. Jenlink’s research interests include media- and digital-based learning, multimodal literacies, meta-disciplinarity and pedagogy, educator preparation,, and leadership for STEM innovation. He has edited and/or authored 12 books and authored over 70 book chapters. As well, he has authored and published 175 peer-refereed articles, and over 200 hundred peer-refereed conference papers. His most recent book is STEM Teaching: An Interdisciplinary Approach.

Table of Contents

Dedication
Preface
Acknowledgements
Chapter 1 - Introduction: Multimedia Learning Theory in Teaching and Learning
Patrick M. Jenlink

Chapter 2: Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning
Brooks Knight

Chapter 3: Multimedia Learning Theory and Its Implications for Teaching and Learning
Patrick M. Jenlink

Chapter 4: Multimedia Learning and the Next Generation Classroom
Patrick M. Jenlink

Chapter 5: The New Generation of Students
Abbey Boorman

Chapter 6: Multimedia Learning for a New Generation of Educators
Charles Lowery

Chapter 7: What Do Teachers and Administrators Need to Know about Multimedia Learning
Richard E. Mayer

Chapter 8: Next Generation Teachers: Integrating Multimedia Learning into Teacher Preparation
Patrick M. Jenlink

Chapter 9: Multimedia Learning and the Educational leader
Scott McLeod

Chapter 10: Epilogue: The Future of Multimedia Learning in Education
Patrick M. Jenlink

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