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* [[Importance of struggling in learning]]

Latest revision as of 02:40, 14 December 2018

Learning versus performance refers to the distinction between the act of encoding new information (learning) and the ability to do well on a task (performance). Neither learning nor performance implies the other:

  • Learning without performance can happen if a desirable difficulty (e.g. spacing, interleaving, testing) is present, and one is learning a lot but performing poorly.
  • Performance without learning can happen if one is relying on cues present in the learning environment (doing homework in the presence of a worked out example?) or relying on priming/short-term memory.

this seems like a standard term

https://www.google.com/search?q=%22learning%20versus%20performance%22

http://cognitrn.psych.indiana.edu/rgoldsto/courses/cogscilearning/bjorkdunlosky.pdf

https://teaching.yale-nus.edu.sg/wp-content/uploads/sites/25/2016/02/Making-Things-Hard-on-Yourself-but-in-a-Good-Way-2011.pdf

See also