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[As more learning continues to move online, the implications of extraneous processing for the human memory system, especially within digital learning spaces, calls for instructional approaches that promotes essential processing. This chapter discusses the nature and direct implications of cognitive (over)overload for human working memory, and how to mitigate this in online and technology-mediated learning environments. In a 2-stage, mixed-mode study involving university students in Malaysia, the chapter highlights important elements of pedagogy that instructors can leverage to promote effective technology-aided instruction in the digital, but distraction-loaded learning environments of the twenty-first century.]
Published: Aug 8, 2021
Keywords: Cognitive load; Peer instruction; Extraneous load; Intrinsic load; Essential processing; ConcepTests; Peer discussion
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