Error-correction techniques and sequences in instructional settings: Toward a comparative framework

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Weeks, P.A.D. Error-correction techniques and sequences in instructional settings: Toward a comparative framework. Hum Stud 8, 195–233 (1985). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00142993

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  • Political Philosophy
  • Modern Philosophy
  • Instructional Setting
  • Comparative Framework