Cognitive load theory and teacher expertise: Specific challenges for primary teachers
AbstractThe article deconstructs cognitive load theory and is associated knowledge demands of primary teachers. Knowledge structures of expert teachers are compared with those of novices. CLT is used as a lens through which to consider the demands of learning to teach in the primary phase. Recommendations are suggested for professional development activities that promote the building of schemata to promote a higher degree of automaticity around key pedagogical thinking and action.
CitationPope, D. (2020). Cognitive load theory and teacher expertise: Specific challenges for primary teachers. Impact Journal of the Chartered College of Teaching, 8, 14-17.
PublisherChartered College of Teaching
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