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Thirty years ago, Richard Clark published an article in one of our field’s top journals, arguing that there were “no learning benefits” from media. The article sparked widespread attention, heated arguments and bitter contention. Almost a decade later, Robert Kozma, publishing in that same journal argued the opposite. We ground ourselves in the key points and dimensions of this historical debate that has shaped our field and continues to frame our exploration into the contemporary landscape of mind, media, learning and society. If your last name begins with A-G, assume the role of Richard Clark. What are Clark’s central points about the impact of media and attributes of media on learning, motivation and instruction? Which of his points do you find most convincing or irrefutable and why? Respond to your peer(s) who played the opposite role. If your last name begins with H-Z, assume the role of Robert Kozma. What are Kozma’s central points about the conditions under which media will influence learning? Which of his points do you find most convincing or irrefutable and why? Respond to your peer(s) who played the opposite role.
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