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Amber Lin Jan 24 2017 Difficulty of Expertise According to the reading by Bedard and Chi, there are “five invariants of expertise”, the fifth invariants is that there are still situations that the experts are unable to suppress novices. To add on this, the reading provides several examples to illustrate that novices excel experts in elucidating concrete problem. A great example that professor Bassok mentioned in the class is that we may be proficient at driving, yet when we were asked how we do it by the novices, we could possibly encounter problems to provide them a fine instruction or explanation, owing to the fact that experts are able to automate basic tasks and organized their knowledges. Generally speaking, their expertise gives experts a different point of view from the novices’. In this case, experts would not likely to see or understand what problems novices are facing, these difficulties are too elemental for them to notice, and that causes difficult communication between novices and experts. This phenomenon is especially
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  • Fall '18
  • Amber Lin

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