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Managing cognitive load through effective presentations  a new, practical resource 
CESE has recently published a new resource on managing cognitive load in PowerPoint presentations.
It was developed thanks to the help and inspiration of Victor Newby and Alice Leung at Concord High School, who developed similar professional learning in their own school. 
The presentation can be used in schools to run professional development sessions. It includes practical, real-life examples on ways to improve teaching resources to optimise cognitive load.
Did you know CESE has posters?
Some of our most popular publications are accompanied by posters that summarise the evidence base on particular topics. These posters can be displayed in school staffrooms or common areas. 

Publications with posters include:
To learn more and download the posters, visit the CESE website

Professional learning for Term 4
Over 7,000 teachers and school leaders have enrolled in a CESE professional learning course since March 2018. 
CESE out and about
Every month, CESE staff visit schools across the state to run workshops and lead professional learning with teachers and school leaders on evidence based practices. We also conduct fieldwork and offer data and evaluation support.

In September, we ran over 130 of these activities – everywhere from Euston Public School in South-West NSW to Tweed Heads South Public School in the North-East.

Source: Twitter @andrewrossed 

Keep up with CESE on Twitter @nswcese.
In case you missed it...
Watch the recent talk on our publication Revisiting gifted education with CESE's Dr Ben North. In the talk, Dr North discusses some key findings from the gifted education research that helps us consider how we can support students from all backgrounds to reach their educational potential. 
We’d love to hear back from you about our work, or the way that we share our information. To help us learn more about what you'd like to see from CESE in the future, please get in touch with us.

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