Strategies for Managing Cognitive Load and Enhancing Motivation in E-Learning
Ochukut, Selina A
Oboko, Robert O
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Cognitive load and motivation are two factors that have been established as mediators of learning. It has been established that learners who experience low cognitive loads and are highly motivated to succeed in learning. Since e-learning is becoming a very popular means of delivering learning, there needs to be established strategies to ensure that learners learn. This study sought to look at the various means that have been used in e-learning studies to manage cognitive load and enhance motivation through the analysis of literature. Use of metaphorical interfaces, hypertext, sequencing, and fading of learning content, use of transient information, and adaptation of the problem-solving support were the strategies that have been used in e-learning studies to manage cognitive load. Motivation has been enhanced through the use of motivational messages and adaptive navigational support and pedagogical agents.
CitationOchukut, Selina Atwani, and Robert Obwocha Oboko. "Strategies for Managing Cognitive Load and Enhancing Motivation in E-Learning." Handbook of Research on Equity in Computer Science in P-16 Education. IGI Global, 2021. 248-264.
University of Nairobi
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