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  1. In the light of the results showing a robust multimedia effect but only a rather modest testing effect, it may not be surprising that the two effects did not enhance each other. In this study, the use of a visual illustration seems to be an even more important factor for learning than is practice retrieval.
  2. Cohn, E., Cohn, S., Balch, D. C., & Bradley Jr, J. (2001). Do graphs promote learning in principles of economics?. The Journal of Economic Education, 32(4), 299-310.
  3. From a perspective of multimodal learning, images should, rather than being considered simply adding something to the written or spoken text, be seen as a separate means of communication, highlighting certain aspects of the subject content illustrated (Kress & van Leeuwen, 2006). This means that an image as well as writing has its distinct potentials for meaning making and that different visual representations of the same subject content may communicate partly different messages (Danielsson & Selander, 2014) This implies that different aspects of the subject content may be made possible to discern through different visual representations. Investigating what learning is facilitated through the use of different visual representations of the same subject content would therefore be central both for multimodal theory and for practice.
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  5. Pauwels, L. (2000). Taking the visual turn in research and scholarly communication key issues in developing a more visually literate (social) science. Visual studies, 15, 7-14.

A key question concerning the use of visual illustrations in teaching is whether teaching should be diversified and adapted according to students’ preferred learning style (visualiser-verbaliser), whether focus should be on strategies that work well in general (multimedia learning), independent of preference, or whether it is worthwhile to combine the two to further improve learning. Upper secondary students were given a psychology lecture presented only verbally or with the aid of visual illustration. Results from a learning test were analysed in relation to the students’ self-rated learning style. Visouverbal presentation resulted in better learning than verbal presentation only, independently of learning style. Support was not found for the learning styles hypothesis, since there was no crossover interaction. However, students with mixed or visual learning styles performed generally better on the learning test than students with a verbal learning style. Since the use of visual illustrations seems to have a beneficial effect on learning for all students, this mode of instruction ought to be used in teaching. Rather than being a tool for teachers to adapt their teaching, learning styles diagnoses may be used in order to identify students who need to develop their study strategies towards a more visual preference.A testing effect was found for recall. However, in contrast to earlier research (Carpenter, 2012), we did not find a testing effect for the transfer test only. One possible reason for this could be the lack of feedback, which according to several studies seems to strengthen the testing effect (Pashler, Cepeda, Wixted, & Rohrer, 2005).The idea that individuals’ learning styles are important to take into account when adapting classroom methods has reached wide popular acceptance within the educational field and among the general public (Riding & Cheema, 1991). Also, multimedia learning has been proven a robust learning strategy, suggesting that instruction including a visual illustration improves learning more than purely verbal instruction (Paivio, 1986; Mayer, 2010). However, studies focusing on the effects of different presentation formats in teaching often do not take into account the role of individual instructional preference (Kollöffel, 2012). In the present study we investigated the learning styles hypothesis in terms of the verbaliser-visualiser dimension, and the multimedia instruction hypothesis. A key issue is whether teachers should adapt their teaching according to students’ preferred learning style, whether they instead should focus their efforts on strategies that work well in general (multimedia learning) and independent of preference, or whether it is worthwhile to combine the two to further improve student learning. In previous multimedia research there is an overrepresentation of material from the natural sciences and it has been questioned if multimedia learning holds in the social sciences (Mayer, 2011; Westelinck, Valcke, Craene, & Kirschner, 2005). We investigated this further by using materials from a psychology course.A series of three lessons were conducted with four different upper secondary classes (96 students in total). Two classes had lessons based on the traditional supply/demand graph and two on a causal loop diagram. The research data consisted of in all 349 written student answers to the questions on price assessed in the pre- and post-test. The material was analysed phenomenographically in order to identify students’ different ways of understanding price and the critical aspects necessary to discern in order to develop a more qualified understanding of the concept (Marton & Booth, 1997). Students’ ways of understanding price in the pre-test was compared to the post-test and analysed in light of the visual representation used in the teaching. From this data conclusions were drawn concerning what critical aspects seemed to be possible for the students to discern through the use of the different visual representations. Kort sagt: Vi är olika och vi lär olika och det finns inga modeller eller lärstilstest i. Teorin om lärstilar utgår från att olika människor har olika sätt att lära, och att den enskilda individen har mycket att vinna..

Först lät jag eleverna utföra ett par lärstilstest för att få en uppfattning om vilka lärstilar som fanns representerade i gruppen. Jag utgick från teorier om sinnespreferenser och multipla intelligenser Syftet med studien var att undersöka hur två olika visuella representationer av prisbildning kan möjliggöra lärandet av begreppet. Tidigare forskning har studerat om grafer underlättar lärandet (Cohn et al., 2001), kvalitativt skilda sätt att förstå pris (Pang & Marton, 2003) och vanliga problem när man lär om prisbildning (Strober & Cook, 1992). Hur lärande kring prisbildning påverkas av olika visuella representationer har ännu inte studerats. En lektionsserie på tre lektioner genomfördes med fyra gymnasieklasser, varav två hade lektioner baserade på den traditionella utbud-/efterfrågangrafen och två på ett loopdiagram (Wheat, 2007). Skrivna för- och eftertest, samt inspelade smågruppsdiskussioner, analyserades fenomenografiskt. Resultatet visar olika sätt att förstå prisbildning, kritiska aspekter för denna förståelse samt vilket lärande, i relation till de kritiska aspekterna, som verkar möjliggöras genom de två visuella representationerna.Visual representations are frequently used in economics textbooks and in every day economics teaching (Reimann, 2004). Price, often presented in terms of a supply/demand graph, is a key concept in economics teaching, however often difficult for students to grasp (Lundholm, 2018). Prior research has investigated whether or not graphs of pricing facilitate learning (Cohn et al., 2001), qualitatively different ways of understanding price (Pang & Marton, 2003) and common problems when learning about price (Strober & Cook, 1992). However, how learning and a complex understanding of pricing is affected by the use of different visual representations has not yet been addressed. The aim of this study was to contribute to the understanding of how two different visual representations of price (a supply/demand graph and a causal loop diagram) facilitate learning of the concept and what aspects of conceptual understanding is made possible by these visual representations. What is especially focused upon is students’ understanding of the relationships between supply, price and demand.Goldwater, M. B., & Schalk, L. (2016). Relational Categories as a Bridge Between Cognitive and Educational Research. Psychological Bulletin. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/bul0000043

Second, results show that students’ understanding of the relationships between supply, price and demand was affected by the visual illustrations used in teaching. Students presented with the causal loop diagram developed more qualified ways of understanding the causal relationships in pricing than did students presented with the graph. Fewer students in the causal loop-groups expressed understandings belonging to categories 1 and 2 in the post-test compared to the pre-test and many more students expressed understandings belonging to the more qualified ways of understanding the relationships in pricing. The critical aspects necessary to discern in order to develop more qualified understandings of price in terms of the causal relationships in pricing thus seemed easier to discern if presented with a causal loop diagram than a graph. Both visual representations seemed to enable the students to develop their understanding of how cost changes when output changes. Results indicate the importance of reflecting on what conceptual understanding the visual representations themselves represent and facilitate, when choosing illustrations in teaching and learning.Carpenter, S. K. (2012). Testing enhances the transfer of learning. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 21, 279-283.Moreno, R., & Valdez, A. (2007). Immediate and delayed effects of using classroom case exemplar in teacher education: The role of presentation format. Journal of Educational Psychology, 99, 194-206.O. Levrini (Eds.). Converging and Complementary Perspectives on Conceptual Change. London: Routledge.

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A significant main effect of learning style was found F(1, 71) = 5.79, MSE = .12, p = .005. Students with a visual or a mixed learning style performed better on the learning test compared to students with a verbal learning style (visual: M = .53, s = .18; mixed: M = .53, s = .16; verbal: M = .40, s = .19).Seufert, T., Schutze, M., & Brunken, R. (2009). Memory characteristics and modality in multimedia learning: An aptitude-treatment-interaction study. Learning and Instruction, 19, 28-42.Strober, M. H., & Cook, A. (1992). Economics, lies, and videotapes. The Journal of Economic Education, 23(2), 125-151.Jag tror att man genom att ta reda på hur, när, var och med vem man lär sig bäst kan förbättra både sina studier och förhöja sin motivation väldigt mycket. Om du fortsätter att läsa på den här sidan så är det precis vad du kommer kunna göra. Förutom att göra ett lärstilstest och få studietips så kan du även läsa om stress och stresshantering och hur man kan motivera sig själv till att klara av skolan även när det känns omöjligt.

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Kozma, R. (2003). The material features of multiple representations and their cognitive and social affordances for science understanding. Learning and Instruction, 13, 205-226.A significant interaction between learning style and presentation format was found, F(2,71) = 3.12, MSE = .06, p = .051. As shown in figure 1, this interaction depends on participants with a visual learning style benefitting more from a visuoverbal presentation than participants with a mixed or verbal learning style.Varför flyr många, varför stannar andra kvar, hur påverkas individer och samhälle av flyktingsituationen? Vad innebär det att kunna svara på dessa frågor för elever i olika åldrar? Studien har genom en learning study tillsammans med tio verksamma lärare utvecklat och undersökt undervisning om och lärande av analys av flyktingsituationen i årskurserna 1, 6, 8 samt år 2 på gymnasiet. Undervisningsdesignen utgick från kartläggningar av hur elever i olika årskurser uppfattade och analyserade flyktingsituationen. De mest kvalificerade elevsvaren utmärks av att analysen relaterar till flyktingsituationen som en dynamisk process, använder konsekvenser i en processkedja även som orsaker, samt relaterar flera olika dimensioner till varandra. Vi exemplifierar undervisning som möjliggjorde även för de yngsta eleverna att uppvisa denna slags analys.

Pang, M. F., & Marton, F. (2003). Beyond“lesson study”: Comparing two ways of facilitating the grasp of some economic concepts. Instructional Science, 31(3), 175-194.McDaniel, M. A., Anderson, J. L., Derbish, M. H., & Morrisette, N. (2007). Testing the testing effect in the classroom. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 19, 494-513.Paivio, A. (1986). Mental representations: A dual coding approach. New York: Oxford University Press.Sjuttiotvå elever från 12 olika klasser och tre olika gymnasieskolor i Stockholm deltog i studien. Samtliga klasser fick en lektion kring minnets struktur. Hälften av klasserna fick genomgången verbalt presenterad, d.v.s. enbart muntligt, medan den andra hälften fick samma genomgång visuoverbalt presenterad, d.v.s. med en visuell illustration ritad parallellt med den muntliga genomgången. Samtliga elever fick även fylla i ett lärstilstest (svensk version av Style of Processing; Childers, Houston & Heckler, 1985) som kategoriserade dem i en av tre lärstilar: visuell, verbal eller mixad.  Samtliga elever gjorde ett lärandetest i slutet av lektionen, där både rent innehållsliga frågor och mer förståelseorienterade frågor fanns inkluderade. Resultaten analyserades statistiskt med variansanalys och t-tester. Finns flera korta lärstilstest att arbeta med individuellt och tips om mer för den som är intresserad. About PowerShow.com

Westelinck, K., Valcke, M., Craene, B., & Kirschner, P. A. (2005). Multimedia learning in social sciences: Limitations of external representations. Computers in Human Behaviour, 21, 555-573.Johnson, C. I. & Mayer, R. E. (2009). A testing effect with multimedia learning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 101, 621-629.One hundred and thirty-three students were recruited from three different upper secondary schools in Stockholm, Sweden. The to-be-learned material consisted of an oral presentation of a memory model and the presentation was held live in the classroom. For one half of the groups, a visual illustration, including all different steps in the orally presented process, was drawn simultaneously on the white board. The participants were randomly assigned to one of two learning conditions (restudy vs. retrieval practice) and were asked to work with the material presented according to their learning condition. Finally, the students were asked to conduct a recall and transfer test. The same tests were completed again one and ten weeks later.72 students were recruited from three upper secondary schools in Stockholm, Sweden. Participants were tested in 12 already existing classes, randomly assigned to one of two presentation formats (verbal vs. visuoverbal). A psychology lecture was held in the classroom and the to-be-learned material consisted of a memory model. For one half of the groups, a visual illustration including all different steps in the orally presented process was drawn simultaneously on the white board. The Style of Processing questionnaire (SOP; Childers, Houston, & Heckler, 1985) was used to identify the students’ preferred way of processing new information. The results from the SOP scale place participants in one of three groups: visual, mixed or verbal. The students conducted a learning test, consisting of both recall and transfer questions.

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Dunlosky, J., Rawson, K. A., Marsh, E. J., Nathan M. J., & Willingham, D.T. (2013). Improving students’ learning with effective learning techniques: Promising directions from cognitive and educational psychology. Psychological Science in the Public Interest, 14, 4-58. Samtliga elever fick även fylla i ett lärstilstest (svensk version av Style of Processing; Childers, Houston & Heckler, 1985) som kategoriserade dem i en av tre lärstilar: visuell, verbal eller mixad Förutom att göra ett lärstilstest och få studietips så kan du även läsa om stress och stresshantering och hur man kan motivera sig själv till att klara av skolan även när det känns omöjligt The results show that the multimedia effect holds in an authentic classroom setting, over a longer timespan, and with material from the social sciences. Westelinck and colleagues (2005) argued that the multimedia effect is not generally applicable in the social sciences as it is in the natural sciences. Our study contradicts these findings and show that the multimedia effect can hold even for graphical representations within the social sciences, in this case psychology. Nevertheless, it is possible that it is an even larger challenge to create good graphical representations in the social sciences than in the natural sciences, based on Westelinck’s (2005) argumentation.Kollöffel, B. (2012). Exploring the relation between visualizer–verbalizer cognitive styles and performance with visual or verbal learning material. Computers & Education, 58(2), 697-706.

Mayer, R. E., (2011). Instruction based on visualizations. In R. E. Mayer, & P. A. Alexander  (Eds.), Handbook of Research on learning and Instruction. New York, NY: Routledge.This study contributes to both theory and practice: 1) to theory in terms of an extended understanding of what learning is facilitated through different visual representations in economics, which could also be seen as a contribution to the field of multimodal learning and ii) to practice in terms of implications for teaching in economics as well as the designing of course material on price.

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  1.  The multimedia instruction hypothesis was supported in a significant main effect of presentation format F(1, 71) = 27.37, MSE = .55 p < .001. Students who received visuoverbal instruction scored significantly higher on the learning test compared to students who received a verbal presentation only (visuoverbal: M = .58, s = .16; verbal: M = .40, s = .16, d = 1.12). As shown in figure 1, this was the case independently of learning style (visual, d = 2.62; mixed, d = 0.98; verbal, d = 0.61).
  2. Results from our study show that a visuoverbal presentation results in better learning than verbal presentation only, independently of individual learning style. This suggests that a visuoverbal mode of instruction ought to be used in psychology teaching.
  3. Childers, T. L., Houston, M. J., & Heckler, S. E. (1985). Measurement of individual differences in visual versus verbal information processing. Journal of Consumer Research, 12, 125-134.

Datorsalar bokade för lärstilstest. Deadline för lärstilstestet. Fredrik Agmén, Klubbmästare Figure 1. Proportion correct answers across the different learning style groups for the verbal and visuoverbal presentation formats respectively. Error bars represent the standard errors. Sedan fick vi göra ett lärstilstest, kallat för Dunn Dunn (dumdum=är från något tecknat va, jag hör pappa Baloos röst i mitt huvud) eller något sådant som skulle visa oss hur vi lärde oss lättast

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A key question concerning the use of visual illustrations in teaching is whether teaching should be adapted according to students’ preferred learning style (visualiser-verbaliser), whether focus should be on strategies that work well in general (multimedia learning), independent of preference, or whether it is worthwhile to combine the two to further improve learning. Upper secondary school students were given a lecture presented only verbally or with the aid of a visual illustration. Results from a learning test were analysed in relation to the students’ self rated learning style. Visouverbal presentation resulted in better learning than verbal presentation only, independently of learning style. Support was not found for the learning styles hypothesis, since there was no crossover interaction. However, students with mixed or visual learning styles performed generally better on the learning test than students with a verbal learning style. Since the use of visual illustrations seems to have a beneficial effect on learning for all students, this mode of instruction ought to be used in teaching. Rather than being a tool for teachers to adapt their teaching, learning styles diagnoses may be used in order to identify students who need to develop their study strategies towards a more visual preference.Pashler, H., Cepeda, N. J., Wixted, J. T., & Rohrer, D. (2005). When does feedback facilitate learning of words? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 31, 3-8.

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Reimann, N. (2004). First-year teaching-learning environments in economics. International Review of Economics Education, 3(1), 9-38.A testing effect was found in terms of a lower forgetting rate over time for the retrieval practice group compared to the restudy group. This can be seen in the significant study strategy by retention interval interaction, F(1, 84) = 3.04, MSE = 0.34, p = .05. Although we did see a positive benefit of retrieval practice in terms of less forgetting (i.e., the interaction effect), retrieval practice actually did not lead to better memory in the long term.Roediger, H. L., & Karpicke, J. D. (2006). The power of testing memory: Basic research and implications for educational practice. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 1, 181-210.

Students with a visual or mixed learning style performed better on the learning test compared to students with a verbal learning style. Since the learning styles diagnosis focuses on preference, these results could imply that it is worthwhile to help students develop a preference for visual aspects of information processing. In line with this argumentation, learning style diagnoses may be used to identify students who could develop their study strategies towards a more visual preference, rather than being a tool for teachers to adapt their teaching according to each student’s individual learning style. Abstract. The aim of the study was to contribute to the understanding of how two different visual representations of price facilitate learning of the concept. Upper secondary students’ understanding of price in relation to two different visual representations was investigated from a multimodal point of view. Lessons were conducted with four different classes, of which two had lessons based on the traditional supply/demand graph and two on a causal loop diagram (Wheat, 2007). Students conducted a written pre- and post-test and the material was analysed phenomenographically and in relation to the visual representation used. Results suggest that students’ understanding of price was affected by the visual representation used in teaching in terms of more qualified understandings being developed through the use of a causal loop diagram than the graph. Results also indicate the importance of reflecting on what conceptual understanding visual representations represent and facilitate, when choosing representations for teaching and learning.

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Figure 1. Proportion correct answers across the three retention intervals for the the verbal presentation (VP) and visuoverbal presentation (VVP) groups respectively. Error bars represent the standard errors. Man har god sömn i åtta till tio timmar per dygn. Hej på er igen! Jag har gjort mitt lärstilstest och jag har fått resultat Vi i klassen har diskuterat olika studietekniker, idag fick vi prova att fylla i olika frågor och sedan rekommenderades vi olika studietekniker

Riding, R. J., & Cheema, I. (1991). Cognitive styles: An overview and integration. Educational Psychology, 11, 193-215.Abstract. Previous research has shown that studying with (vs. without) visual illustrations as well as taking tests (vs. restudying) is beneficial for learning. Both are well-known learning strategies, but they have not previously been investigated in combination and rarely in the classroom. In this study, 133 upper secondary students were given a lecture presented only verbally or with the aid of a visual illustration. The students processed the information again either by retrieval practice or by restudying it. Recall and transfer tests were conducted after some few minutes, after a week and after 10 weeks. Visuoverbal presentation resulted in better learning than verbal presentation only. Although a modest testing effect was found, this effect was considerably weaker than the multimedia effect. Retrieval practice did not improve the participants’ memory performance beyond the beneficial effect of visuoverbal learning. Presentation format proved to be a more important factor for learning than study strategy.

Jag har struntat i dessa grupplekar och lärstilstest och gruppdiskussioner eftersom jag är målmedveten och vet hur jag vill ha det. Jag arbetar själv. Jag vet att jag vill göra en uppsats och jag.. There was no statistically significant interaction effect between study strategy and presentation format (F<1), nor an interaction between study strategy, presentation format and retention interval (F<1). This means that retrieval practice did not reliably improve the participants’ memory performance beyond the beneficial effect of visuoverbal learning. Indeed, in the present study presentation format proved to be a more important factor for learning (i.e. higher test scores) than study strategy.Wheat, I. D. (2007). The feedback method of teaching macroeconomics: is it effective?. System Dynamics Review, 23(4), 391-413.Mayer, R. E. (2010). Introduction to multimedia learning. In R. E. Mayer (Ed). The Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning (1-16). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Many of the studies within the field of multimedia learning and the testing effect have been conducted in laboratories and/or with computers as the teaching tool (Seufert, Schutze, & Brunken, 2009). This research is obviously needed, yet an authentic learning situation in the classroom is an important aspect to study. With some exceptions, such studies are not easily found in previous multimedia learning research (but see Moreno & Valdez, 2007). Also, studies focusing on material from other school subjects than the natural sciences and mathematics are needed, since these two areas are overrepresented in previous research (Mayer, 2011; Westelinck, Valcke, Craene, & Kirschner, 2005; Roediger & Karpicke, 2006). Further, since an aim of education is to learn and remember for longer periods of time, it is highly relevant to include longer retention intervals, something that has often not been the case in previous studies (McDaniel, Anderson, Derbish, & Morrisette, 2007).Learning about price does not merely involve learning facts and terms, but involves developing an understanding of complex processes, relations and interactions. Goldwater and Schalk (2016) distinguish between intrinsic features and extrinsic relations, arguing that students need to understand not only superficial features, but also the deep relational structures in the content being learnt. The difference between a novice and an expert in a subject, they argue, is the ability to see the latter (Goldwater & Schalk, 2016). Following reasoning on multimodal learning, visual representations may highlight relations and complex processes differently and could possibly facilitate different aspects of such relations. Identifying how different visual representations make it possible for students to discern various aspects of the relations involved is of interest to theory and practice. An interaction between learning style and presentation format was found. However, as suggested by Pashler and colleagues (2008), convincing support for the learning styles hypothesis would require a crossover interaction, where visualisers perform better than verbalisers in a visuoverbal condition and verbalisers perform better than visualisers in a verbal condition. This was not the case and accordingly support for the learning styles hypothesis in terms of the verbaliser – imager dimension was not provided, although visualizers benefitted more from the use of visual illustrations than verbalizers and mixed processors. Consequently, based on the results from this study one could not conclude that classroom teaching in general should be adjusted according to individual students’ learning style in order for each student to best learn.To keep our site running, we need your help to cover our server cost (about $400/m), a small donation will help us a lot.

Radiologi. Några lärstilstest. View. peraturan kepala badan pengawas tenaga nuklir - JDIH Det finns två anledningar till att jag har gjort den här hemsidan. Den ena är att det är slutprodukten av mitt projektarbete. Den andra är att jag upplever att många människor, inte minst jag själv, inte riktigt vet hur de ska plugga för att det ska ge bästa möjliga resultat. Då händer det att man blir stressad, omotiverad och lär sig inte särskilt mycket alls. Och om man inte lär sig något av att vara i skolan så är det väl ingen idé att gå dit?

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