4 edition of Teaching load of teachers of science in Oregon. found in the catalog.
Teaching load of teachers of science in Oregon.
Richard Franklin Thaw
Written in English
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Year-round english - Advanced Science and Mathematics Education Graduate Option in 1 top institutions in Europe and other countries abroad for students and kids. Reviews are available. Free application and admission support. No extra charges. Discounts . Put another way, the Cognitive Load Theory says that because short-term memory is limited, learning experiences should be designed to reduce working memory ‘load’ in order to promote schema acquisition. Since both can’t be done well at the same time, teachers can be specific about not just what is being learned (e.g., content knowledge versus procedural knowledge) and the sequence .
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