Cognitive Load Theory - has gone to print

03 September 2020

Exciting news - Steve Garnett™s new book Cognitive Load Theory: A handbook for teachers has gone to print. Steve provides a user-friendly toolkit of techniques to help teachers optimise their pupils™ learning and bring clarity to the complexity surrounding CLT.

John Sweller, Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology, School of Education, University of New South Wales says œThe book has a consistent clarity of purpose and coherence that justifies a prominent place on every teacher™s bookshelf.

You can pre-order the paperback copy or the ebook here . We receive advance copies at the office so you will be one of the first to get a printed copy or the ebook pre-order is only available from us. Not only that the book is currently included in our Newly Qualified Teachers promotion so include NQT30 at the checkout and you will buy for £6.99 (RRP £9.99 UK postage free).

See the full list of books included in the promotion here.


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