Cognitive Load Theory | danielkwest

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Having recently written a post on how Cognitive Load Theory informs the planning of lessons at Michaela Community School, I was thrilled to find that Oliver Cavigliol (@olivercavigliol) has been posting his own visual summaries of Sweller, Ayres and Kalyuga’s book ‘Cognitive Load Theory‘. See his visual summary of each of the book’s chapters below…

Chapter:
Categories of Knowledge: An evolutionary approach
Amassing Information: The information store principle
Acquiring Information: The borrowing and reorganising principle
Interacting with the External…

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