Compare and Contrast Models The ARCS model center on the four elements

Compare and Contrast Models
The ARCS model center on the four elements, attention, relevance, confidence, and satisfaction that allows students to relate to the content so they can understand it better, grasp the attention of the students through various activities, and the model emphasized the idea of installing confidences. The Gerlach and Ely model focuses mainly on two key aspects, that would be well-defined goals of teaching and modes in which way these learning outcomes can be achieved. It consists of ten elements and addresses perceptual arousals. In 1971, Vernom S. Gerlach and Donald P. Ely model was created as a prescriptive instructional model. It is also, give essential principles for teaching K-12 as well as higher education. The last model, ELM attempt to show how attitudes are formed, as well as reinforces. The model illustrated individuals expressing either high or low that takes on either a central or peripheral processes.