The Implications of Research on Expertise for Curriculum and Pedagogy

@inproceedings{Feldon2006TheIO,
  title={The Implications of Research on Expertise for Curriculum and Pedagogy},
  author={David F. Feldon},
  year={2006}
}
Instruction on problem solving in particular domains typically relies on explanations from experts about their strategies. However, research indicates that such self-reports often are incomplete or inaccurate (e.g., Chao & Salvendy, 1994; Cooke & Breedin, 1994). This article evaluates research on experts’ cognition, the accuracy of experts’ self-reports, and the efficacy of instruction based on experts’ self-reports. Analysis of this evidence indicates that experts’ free recall of strategies… CONTINUE READING
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