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Graphics for Learning: Proven Guidelines for Planning, Designing, and Evaluating Visuals in Training Materials by Chopeta Lyons, Ruth C. Clark

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Part III. Introduction to Section Three: How to Visualize Lesson Content

In Section Two, we looked at evidence-based guidelines for ways to plan and design visuals that support the psychological processes leading to learning. In this section we shift our focus to your lesson content. Drawing on the work of M. David Merrill and Robert Horn, Clark (2000) has summarized the best instructional methods to teach five basic content types found in organizational training. The five content types are procedures, concepts, facts, processes, and principles. In this section we focus specifically on best ways to visualize these content types.

How Do You Identify Lesson Content Types?

As discussed in Chapter Two, when you apply a systematic graphics design model, ...

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