Cognition, Instruction, Development, and Individual Differences
What states of knowledge underlie different levels of task performance?
What are the alternative strategies that might result in any given level of task performance?
For a particular level of performance, what is the optimal level of difficulty for an instructional sequence?
When and why will two learners at the same initial performance level learn differently from the same instructional sequence?
KeywordsBalance Scale Weight Dimension Experimental Child Psychology Rule Model Instructional Sequence
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