The ICAP Framework: Linking Cognitive Engagement to Active Learning Outcomes.

@inproceedings{Chi2014TheIF,
  title={The ICAP Framework: Linking Cognitive Engagement to Active Learning Outcomes.},
  author={Michelene T. H. Chi and Ruth Wylie},
  year={2014}
}
This article describes the ICAP framework that defines cognitive engagement activities on the basis of students’ overt behaviors and proposes that engagement behaviors can be categorized and differentiated into one of four modes: Interactive, Constructive, Active, and Passive. The ICAP hypothesis predicts that as students become more engaged with the learning materials, from passive to active to constructive to interactive, their learning will increase. We suggest possible knowledge-change… CONTINUE READING

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