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Understand the theories relating to working memory, assessment design and retrieval practices to discover and apply the most powerful teaching and assessment design strategies.
This three-part webinar series will explore Cognitive Load Theory, Assessment Design Techniques, and Retrieval Practice. These strategies are known to boost the quality of student interaction, recollection and engagement with the training and assessment you provide.
Tony Kirton, one of Velg Training’s most engaging presenters and discover how using proven strategies to enhance your learning and assessment development and application.
Session 1: Cognitive Load Theory: Its impact on learning and assessment design
Explain what cognitive load theory is and why you should be incorporating its principles into your designs.
Discuss some of American psychologist Richard E Mayer’s principles of Cognitive Load Theory and how they relate to learning and assessment design.
Outline specific strategies for implementing CLT into your designs, and how to build in strategies for reducing cognitive load.
Session 2: Beyond compliance: Juggling the 3 balls of Assessment Design
Six elements of quality assessment instructions, why you should include them and examples to get you started.
The simple, but often missed the answer to the question of when multiple choice can be used in VET assessment design.
Three techniques to improve the quality, reliability and validity of your assessment questions.
Session 3: Retrieval Practice: Strategies to implement it into your next program
What retrieval practice is and why it is so effective.
Some of the parameters of retrieval practice, what makes it most effective and the pitfalls to avoid.
Different levels of complexity involved in retrieval and how to use them to keep your students at their best.
A suggested retrieval schedule based on the work of retrieval research pioneer Piotr Woźniak, founder of language learning application SuperMemo.
Tony Kirton is an instructional designer and learning facilitator with more than a decade’s experience in learning and development.
Known for his engaging and evidence-based approach to workplace learning, Tony primarily works in instructional and assessment design for both the private and public sectors. In between his design projects, he facilitates training with several of Australia’s leading training providers including speaking at various conferences around Australia.
Tony’s extensive experience in the application of learning design theory includes the design of hundreds of training programs and more than one thousand assessment resources from nearly 30 different qualifications.