Friday, June 28

Friday, June 28, 2013

8:30 9:00 Coffee
9:00 9h45 Keynote Speaker
Valérie Camos, Fribourg University, Switzerland

The time-based resource-sharing model

9:45 11:05 Session New Directions in CLT

Can cognitive load theory remain relevant in a changing learning world?
Paul Chandler, University of Wollongong, Australia

Preparing learners with incompatible intuitive knowledge for learning
Andrea Ohst, Inga Glogger, Matthias Nückles, & Alexander Renkl, University of Freiburg, Germany

The cognitive load of emotion: Mood induction effect on children’s visuospatial sketchpad
Michael Fartoukh & Lucile Chanquoy, Univesity of Nice, France

Outcomes of teacher trainings in the use of CLT principles in vocational higher education
Milou van Harsel & Han Blankert, Avans University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

11:05 11:25


11:25 12:45

Session New contexts for CLT

Group learning and cognitive load theory
Endah Retnowati, Paul Ayres, & John Sweller, University of New South Wales, Australia

Patterns of cognitive activity in collaborative problem solving
Gwendolyn L. Kolfschoten & Frances Brazier, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Cognitive load in learning from realistic avatars
Alex Dan & Miriam Reiner, Technion Institute of Technology, Israel

The effects of “questioning technique” on optimizing computer simulation: In terms of cognitive load theory
Yi-Chun Lin & Tzu-Chien Liu, National Central University, Taiwan

12:30 13:40


13:40 15:10

Symposium “Industrial applications of Cognitive Load Theory”André Tricot and Franck Amadieu

Are 3D animations efficient to learn procedures in aircraft maintenance?
David Robin, ALTRAN, France

The use of mobile device to limit cognitive load of aircraft maintenance operator
Herimanana Zafiharimalala, Pascale Hugues, & André Tricot, University of Toulouse and EADS Innovation Works, France

Investigating how eReader annotation tools can enhance learning
Shirley Agostinho and Sharon Tindall-Ford, University of Wollongong, Australia

Cognitive load theory as a source for re-designing Flight Management System
Marie Lacabanne, Franck Amadieu, Nathalie Spanghero-Gaillard, & André Tricot, University of Toulouse and Thales Avionics, France

Evolution of cognitive load when learning a procedure in a virtual environment for training
Charlotte Hoareau, Frédéric Le Corre, Ronan Querrec, Cédric Buche, & Franck Ganier, University of Western Brittany, France

Using cognitive load theory to improve learning materials in aircraft maintenance
Leslie Ducasse Daviton & Catherine Nouyers Grand, University of Toulouse and Airbus Training, France

Death of a Manikin during simulation training of Medical students: Adverse effects on learning
Kristin Fraser, James Huffman, Irene Ma, Bruce Wright, Joann McIlwrick, & Kevin McLaughlin, University of Calgary, Canada

15:10 16:00

Experts Panel: Ask your question to CLT specialists
In this last session, CLT experts will answer participants’ questions about CLT and its future