The Effects of Practice Schedule and Critical Thinking Prompts on Learning and Transfer of a Complex Judgment Task

@inproceedings{Helsdingen2010TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Practice Schedule and Critical Thinking Prompts on Learning and Transfer of a Complex Judgment Task},
  author={Anne S. Helsdingen and Tamara van Gog},
  year={2010}
}
Many instructional strategies that appear to improve learners’ performance during training, may not realize adequate post test performance or transfer to a job. And the converse has been found true as well: instructional strategies that appear to slow the learner’s progress during training often lead to better post-training or transfer performance. For example, many studies have shown beneficial effects of random over blocked practice on transfer of learning, even though blocked practice often… CONTINUE READING

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