cognitive load theory

It’s a No-Brainer: Beginning Teachers Should Learn About the Brain

By Andrew J Martin

Universities around the world train professionals to support children and young people’s academic and social-emotional development. A lot

It would be so much better if we taught two ways. Here’s why

By Andrew J. Martin, Paul Ginns, Robin P. Nagy, Rebecca J. Collie and Keiko C.P. Bostwick

From one school year to the next, students experience an escalation in the amount and difficulty of schoolwork.  Researchers have tried to identify instructional approaches which would  reduce the cognitive burden on students, especially when they are in the early stages of learning—such as when they start a new academic year, a new subject, a