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CTMLCognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning
CTMLCrescent Textile Mills Ltd. (Pakistan)
CTMLCentro Teologico Manuel Larrain (Spanish: Manuel Larrain Theological Center; Chile)
CTMLCharge-Transfer Metal to Ligand
CTMLComputed Tomography Laser Mammography (imaging)
CTMLCaruman Tanpa Maklumat Lengkap (Malay: Incomplete Contributions Information)
CTMLChris Taylor Master Locksmith (UK)
CTMLControlled Trade Markup Language
CTMLComputation Tree Measurement Language
CTMLComércio e Tecelagem de Malhas, Lda (Portuguese: Trade and Woven Mesh, Ltd.)
CTMLCabinet Taffou-Montrade-Locatelli (French law firm)
CTMLCollaborative Task Modeling Language
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There are three main hypotheses on a cognitive theory of multimedia learning: dual-channel hypothesis, limited-capacity hypothesis, active-processing hypothesis.
Recommendation 2, based on the cognitive theory of multimedia learning (CTML; Mayer, 2009), is intended to guide practitioners in their design of multimedia instructional materials for use in any instructional setting with students.
the cognitive theory of multimedia learning from Mayer (2001), which is
Cognitive theory of multimedia learning. In The Cambridge handbook of multimedia learning (pp.
Cognitive theory of multimedia learning postulates that people learn more when information is presented through more than one media, e.g., words and pictures (Mayer, 2009).
Against the background of empirical results from research on learning from multiple external representations (of the learning contents) and research on tool use (i.e., learners' use and conceptions of support measures in CBLEs) I finally propose incorporating the notion of metacognitive demands in resourceoriented theories such as such as the cognitive load theory (CLT; Chandler & Sweller, 1991; Sweller, 2003; Sweller, 2004) and the cognitive theory of multimedia learning (CTML; Mayer, 2005).
Mayer's Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning (Mayer & Alexander, 2011) allows children to use their auditory and visual channels in the learning process.
Therefore, the cognitive theory of multimedia learning proposed by Mayer (2001) and learners' volition control have been included to explain the learning motivation process in multimedia-based learning environments.
To respond to the reality that most digital learning materials are developed with multimedia, Mayer (2001) proposed a cognitive theory of multimedia learning (CLML), which assumes that human process pictorial and verbal materials via different sense channels (i.e., sight and hearing).
The construction of the PPAP learning environment, based on cognitive theory of multimedia learning, was applied to present the contents of the courses, "Introduction to the Art", "Calculus", and "Management Mathematics".
The Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning (Mayer, 2001; Mayer, 2005) provides some useful ideas for the design of conceptual models and other forms of representations for educational purposes.
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