5 Mnemonic video5 Mnemonic video7 Mnemonic video7 Mnemonic videoMnemonic videoHow can we develop transformative tools for thought?2020-10-18Journal7 Mnemonic video5 Mnemonic videoIn MOOCs, questions are typically presented in a very dry form, detached from context. In the mnemonic video the narrator would explain why the questions are important, and why the user will benefit from participating, as a seamless part of the overall narration. Done right – perhaps with appropriate music, and a sense of urgency or play in the narration – it would create a real sense of the stakes. At the same time, the video player can be modified so the user can respond directly to questions, as part of the spaced-repetition experience. The result would be much softer transitions between the high-affect core narration and the moderate-affect questions. Continue reading…