Cognitive Load Theory Readings
Cognitive Load Chapter
Cognitive load is a term used to describe the mental energy needed to think about or process information. In this chapter we’ll learn about cognitive load theory and its meaning to design of instruction. We’ll also cover a number of memory-related learning theories that will help us work within the structure of human memory in order to provide the best learning experiences possible.
A Study in Design
This story follows the path of an instructional designer and the challenges she faces while working on a first-time design project.