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Principles for designing anchored instruction The seven principles outlined, are used to govern the design of anchored instruction (Biswas, Goldman, & Bransford, 1997).[3] Generative Learning Format - An appropriate anchor should be selected for the instruction. This is usually a story that leads to a problem, which is of interest to the students. The end of the story needs to be generated by the learner, which is the solution to the problem. This method provides Intrinsic motivation, through Active learning, because the students take ownership of the problem. Video-Based Presentation Format - This format allows learner to understand the complex and intertwined problems better than a text or audio format. It solidifies what is taught in textbooks and other literature through a dynamic, visual and spatial representation [2]. The video medium gives life to the characters and depicts an authentic storyline. This format appeals to students who may have difficulty reading, or understanding written text and allows
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  • Anchored Interactive Learning, Generative Learning Format

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