|Vibrant Frame The
small top left area frame above the navigation frame determines the underlying theme for
content. Each time the user clicks on it, a new theme will appear which changes the
thematic nature of instruction. For example, this frame could be used to provide multiple
versions of content (e.g., frames, no frames, modules, no modules). This frame could also
be used to show QuickTime movies. It should be noted that proper use of this frame adds a
considerable investment in instructional design.
Instructional Model Frame - The top right frame, includes four buttons
representing the four stages of learning as proposed by Vygotskys zone of proximal
development: Advance Organizer, Modeling, Exploring, and Generating. Each button in this
frame updates and controls the content of the navigation frame.
Navigation Frame The left frame just below the Vibrant Frame is
the Navigation Frame. Depending upon which button is clicked in the Navigation Frame,
determines the content of the Presentation Frame.
The Presentation Frame The main central frame displays dynamic
instructional content as selected from the navigation frame.