Seeing Deep Structure From the Interactions of Surface Features Michelene T

@inproceedings{Chi2012SeeingDS,
  title={Seeing Deep Structure From the Interactions of Surface Features Michelene T},
  author={Michelene T. H. Chi and Kurt VanLehn and Melissa Warr Mary Lou Fulton},
  year={2012}
}
Transfer is typically thought of as requiring individuals to “see” what is the same in the deep structure between a new target problem and a previously encountered source problem, even though the surface features may be dissimilar. We propose that experts can “see” the deep structure by considering the first-order interactions of the explicit surface features and the second-order relationships between the first-order cues. Based on this speculative hypothesis, we propose a domain-specific… CONTINUE READING
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