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Unformatted text preview: Feedback and Knowledge of Results Information about the effect a response had Important in human learning Knowledge of Results (KR): Increased feedback Informational Feedback is most effective when it is frequent, immediate, and detailed Programmed Instruction Information is presented in small amounts, gives immediate practice, and provides continuous feedback Computer-Assisted Instruction (CAI): Learning is aided by computer-presented information and exercises Educational Simulations: Explore imaginary situations or microworld that simulates real-world problems Example: The Sims computer simulation...
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