Pulling It Together: A Process Model for DDM and Learning
We are interested to know the pathways through which facilitated ILEs support learners’ decision -making and learning in dynamic tasks. In the last chapter, there have been some speculations about the paths through which the facilitator support (FS) treatments affect transfer learning (TL) and other moderating predictors of transfer learning. Here in this chapter, we want to analyze the impacts of the remaining predictors of the process model which are (1) LM treatments, (2) prior knowledge, and (3) FS treatments.
KeywordsPrior knowledge Learning mode Individual learning Team learning Decision strategy Hierarchical regression Variance for transfer learning Task knowledge Structural knowledge Heuristics knowledge Transfer learning Pathways to transfer learning Interactions with peers Validated process model Cognitive effort Decision time
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