Cognitive Load Theory: Practical Applications
This video presents practical applications of Cognitive Load Theory for the classroom. Building on Ouhau Chen's video, Ollie Lovell (teacher and author of the book, Cognitive Load Theory in Action), provides classroom examples of the redundancy effect, split-attention effect, worked examples and more.
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About Oliver Lovell
Ollie Lovell is a teacher and researcher from Melbourne Australia. Senior Researcher at the Crowther Centre at Brighton Grammar School, and undertaking his PhD in Self-regulated Learning through the University of Freiburg, Ollie is always in search of effective approaches to teaching and learning. Ollie is also the host of the popular Education Research Reading Room podcast, and author of Cognitive Load Theory in Action, and Tools for Teachers, both from John Catt Educational.
Ages: Primary, Secondary, Higher Education