Day 3, Seminar 5 will see Phil Armstrong discuss Cognitive load theory and make the case for sequenced learning.
Join Phil as he explains how cognitive load theory can inform your curriculum planning and early years practice. The session will look at the place of working and long-term memory in the learning process, how ‘overload’ affects a child’s ability to learn, and the need for sequenced learning across the curriculum, and particularly in literacy and mathematics.
4.00pm | Keynote 3: Inclusion and Send - Dr Prithvi Perepa
4.35pm | Virtual exhibition and networking break
4.55pm | Cognitive load theory: the case for sequenced learning - Phil Armstrong
5.30pm | More than just numbers? - Dr Helen J Williams
head of International and Regional Development, Early Excellence
Phil Armstrong is head of International and Regional Development at training and resource company Early Excellence. Previously, Phil worked for over 20 years across the early years and primary sector, including as a teacher and in leader and...