Cognitive load theory : more food for thought

  title={Cognitive load theory : more food for thought},
  author={Roxana Moreno},
A scientific theory is an explanation of a set of related observations, phenomena, or events based upon one or more hypotheses and verified multiple times by the evidence of detached groups of researchers. Cognitive load theory (CLT) was designed ‘‘to provide guidelines intended to assist in the presentation of information in a manner that encourages learner activities that optimize intellectual performance (Sweller et al. 1998 p. 25).’’ The theory proved successful in inspiring many… CONTINUE READING
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