Tag Archives: Cognitive Load Theory

Metacognition and Cognitive Load Theory

This blog is not a shameless attempt to boost Class Teaching’s monthly visitor stats by combing two educational zeitgeists. Honest. However, it is fair to say a lot of keyboards have been collectively tapped over the past few months creating … Continue reading

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Cognitive Load Theory – what to do

As a sister blog to Andy Tharby’s Cognitive Load Theory post on the Durrington Research School website, this piece will focus on practical applications for classroom teachers. In order to dovetail with the Research School blog, these strategies will be arranged and … Continue reading


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Keeping it simple

Tonight’s 15 minute forum was led by Andy Tharby.   Andy’s session was based around his own blog on the same topic, but also this one by Nick Rose.   The premise of his session was very simple.  As teachers, we put … Continue reading

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