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Cognitive Load Theory

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5 Evidenced Based Papers All Teachers Should Read (Updated)

I first wrote this post over two years ago. In the intervening period two updated versions of the papers I included – Great Teaching & Cognitive Load Theory – have been written. I thought it was time to update the post. The title is written as a statement; arguably it should be a question.  These would be the 5 key papers I think all teachers – from ITT to Headteachers – should read. 

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CLT 2.0 – The Teacher Scaffolding Effects

Cognitive Load Theory is increasingly impacting on teachers. Its latest inclusion being in the Early Career Framework.  Alongside its wider impact on policy, it is featuring in professional development programmes, influencing people’s thinking and hopefully their approach to teaching.  At its heart, it is a theory about instructional (teaching) design. 

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Cognitive Load Theory: 5 Underpinning Principles (the Compound Effects)

Cognitive Load Theory includes compound and simple effects that can be used to improve the quality of teaching and hence learning.  Five higher order compound effects alter the characteristics of other simple cognitive load effects.

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Educating with Purpose – The Heart of What Matters

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