Efficiency in Learning: Evidence-Based Guidelines to



10 thoughts on “Efficiency in Learning: Evidence-Based Guidelines to Manage Cognitive Load

  1. T T says:

    very good book motivated by practicality, i read the whole thing but you could probably read just read the bullet points to get the highlights and then go back and read the detail later there is a lot of material that is repeated throughout the book additionally, pretty much every study is helpfully displayed in a dark gray box so they are easy to find plenty of recommended readings references for each topic.i didn t have access to the cd or e learning materials


  2. Jeferson Silva Jeferson Silva says:

    timo livro para entender mais sobre como a teoria da carga cognitiva pode ser utilizada para melhorar a forma como treinamentos s o constru dos e aplicados O livro apresenta uma s rie de diretrizes que ajudam a gerenciar os diferentes tipos de carga cognitiva de modo a facilitar o aprendizado Cada recomenda o apresentada com uma farta quantidade de refer ncias para os estudos realizados que comprovam a sua efic cia.


  3. Robert Bogue Robert Bogue says:

    I recently wrote an article for TrainingIndustry.com titled Everything You Think You Know about Learning Retention Rates is Wrong which is perhaps a bit of a hyperbole but it s based on the discovery that the traditional thinking about how people learn is wrong It s based on Edgar Dale s Cone of Experience which didn t have research to support retention rates and was never intended to be used as it has been In the article I made the assertion that there s not been a great deal of research on I recently wrote an article for TrainingIndustry.com titled Everything You Think You Know about Learning Retention Rates is Wrong which is perhaps a bit of a hyperbole but it s based on the discovery that the traditional thinking about how people learn is wrong It s based on Edgar Dale s Cone of Experience which didn t have research to support retention rates and was never intended to be used as it has been In the article I made the assertion that there s not been a great deal of research on learning rates differing between different modes of instruction which I still believe However, in the research for that article I stumbled across the book Efficiency in Learning Evidence Based Guidelines to Manage Cognitive Load and I m impressed Ruth Clark, Frank Nguyen, and John Sweller did a great job of converting the research studies that are available into a set of guidelines for developing content that are both easy to understand and are on a solid research foundation.Click here to read the full review


  4. Doug Stringham Doug Stringham says:

    Used chapter 1 of this text with my Interpreting students Fall 2009 Excellent application to managing memory issues in interpreting situations Putting this one on my shelf for good.


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