Combinatorial explosion of questions and errors
659 bytes added
Created page with "Non-interactive explanations (e.g. textbooks, blog posts, YouTube videos, in contrast to interactive explanations like classrooms and tutoring) face the problem of '''combinat..."
Non-interactive explanations (e.g. textbooks, blog posts, YouTube videos, in contrast to interactive explanations like classrooms and tutoring) face the problem of '''combinatorial explosion of questions and errors'''. As the length of the explanation increases, there will be more and more potential questions a [[learner]] could ask, as well as more and more potential errors in reasoning the learner could make (or misconceptions they could have). As the explanation is non-interactive, the [[explainer]] must anticipate in advance which questions and errors are most likely for the intended audience, and must decide how extensive the explanation will be.
Newer edit →
Retrieved from "
Report errors/view log
Double illusion of transparency
Define then discuss