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* Goal/sales pitch: How does this technique improve learning, retention, or [[illusion of transparency|transparency]]? What problem encountered in learning does this technique address? Why would one expect this technique to work at all?
 
* Goal/sales pitch: How does this technique improve learning, retention, or [[illusion of transparency|transparency]]? What problem encountered in learning does this technique address? Why would one expect this technique to work at all?
* User: [[learner]] or [[explainer]]?
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* User: Does the [[learner]] or [[explainer]] use this technique?
 
* Requirements/genericity
 
* Requirements/genericity
 
* Training
 
* Training

Revision as of 22:25, 8 October 2018

What do I mean by a working model? Setting the context:

  • If a subject wiki was a SQL database, what would be the tables and what would be columns in each table?
  • If a subject wiki was an object-oriented program, what would be the classes, and what fields would those classes have?

Learning technique

Sections:

  • Goal/sales pitch: How does this technique improve learning, retention, or transparency? What problem encountered in learning does this technique address? Why would one expect this technique to work at all?
  • User: Does the learner or explainer use this technique?
  • Requirements/genericity
  • Training
    • Scope for improvement
  • Software
  • Evidence: studies, data, anecdotes, opinion pieces
  • See also
  • References
  • External links

Learning method

Learning measure