Professor John Sweller at researchED Melbourne, 3rd July 2017

This video is a relatively short keynote providing an overview of the key ideas in cognitive load theory. It is pitched to be of practical value to teachers. I was particularly keen to hear this talk because I’d never seen a presentation by Sweller before.

You can see my researchED talks here and here

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2 Comments on “Professor John Sweller at researchED Melbourne, 3rd July 2017”

  1. […] It’s pleasing to see the increase in number of popular descriptions of CLT increase in recent times. There are my own blog posts, of course, as well as a piece I wrote for The Conversation. In addition, we now have an interesting paper by Sweller that covers similar ground to the CESE paper while placing it in a chronology of how CLT developed. And thanks to the researchED movement, we also have a video of Sweller explaining the key ideas. […]

  2. […] It’s pleasing to see the number of popular descriptions of CLT increase in recent times. There are my own blog posts, of course, as well as a piece I wrote for The Conversation. In addition, we now have an interesting paper by Sweller that covers similar ground to the CESE paper while placing it in a chronology of how CLT developed. And thanks to the researchED movement, we also have a video of Sweller explaining the key ideas. […]


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