Using questions to facilitate motor skill acquisition.

@article{Knight1997UsingQT,
  title={Using questions to facilitate motor skill acquisition.},
  author={George W. Knight and P J Guenzel and Philip H Feil},
  journal={Journal of dental education},
  year={1997},
  volume={61 1},
  pages={56-65}
}
For the process of question-guided problem-solving to work successfully, several conditions must exist: 1) presence of valid and reliable criteria for evaluating product (DO) and performance (DP), 2) development of learning resources such as life-sized examples, 3) training sessions in the application of criteria and use of the process for both faculty and students, and 4) faculty commitment to the process. The process helps to establish conditions in which learning occurs. Underlying its… CONTINUE READING