Cognitive Load Theory is a theory developed by John Sweller that states working memory has a limited capacity and that overloading it reduces the effectiveness of teaching. This session will discuss the basics of cognitive load theory and how to adjust your teaching to reduce cognitive overload of your students, increase retention, learning and progress.
Registration for the event will close at lunchtime on the day of the event. Log-in details will be emailed to registered delegates on the day of the event. Please check junk mail folders if you have not received log-in details before the event. Contact [email protected] if you have a problem.
This is the fourth in a series of events designed to improve the use of educational research in the teaching of physics. Links to resources and recordings of the previous events in this series can be found in the IOP Scotland Online CLPL Group on TalkPhysics.
- Online event, accessed using GoTo meeting,
Bookings are closed for this event.