Chapter 17. Practical Applications in Building Expertise
IN THIS FINAL CHAPTER,
I summarize the instructional principles that appear throughout the book in the context of their application to lesson design and delivery. To illustrate practical applications, I describe some ways I have applied these guidelines to receptive, directive, and guided-discovery learning environments that I designed and taught. In the context of these examples, I review the methods needed to support the major learning processes discussed throughout the book, including:
Gaining and sustaining attention
Activating prior knowledge
Managing cognitive load
Building mental models
Transferring new skills to the job
Supporting metacognitive skills
As a fourth example ...
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