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What is Elaborative Studying

Building and Maintaining Adult Learning Advantage
The progression from simple to more complex learning, so that subsequent ideas fit into an understood context (as an example, concept mapping may be used to help bring together simpler ideas into a more complex form).
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Designing Practice(s) for Learning in Online Learning Contexts
Shalin Hai-Jew (Hutchinson Community College, USA)
Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 33
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-4516-4.ch002
Practice is a regular part of learning, and it is used for a variety of learning objectives and outcomes. There is very little in the academic research literature about how to design assigned and formal “practice(s)-for-learning,” much less for an online learning context in higher education. This work explores the extant literature on practice design and proposes some initial approaches for defining practices-for-learning in online learning. This work provides a construct for highlighting the main levers of practices-for-learning (through interrelated paragraphs of mapping sentences). This work also asks some critical questions for the design of learning practice in online contexts.
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