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The [http://www.pitt.edu/~vanlehn/PSLC/PSLC%20Theory%20Framework%20no%20projects%207Aug2006.doc current glossary] has not yet been completely updated to reflect recent work by the clusters on their glossaries.
  
The [http://www.pitt.edu/~vanlehn/PSLC/PSLC%20Theory%20Framework%20no%20projects%207Aug2006.doc current glossary] it has not yet been updated to reflect recent work by the clusters on their glossaries.
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Definitions of dependent measures for normal and robust learning are given in the this [http://www.learnlab.org/attributes/media/robust-learning-measures.ppt PowerPoint file]
  
Definitions of dependent measures for normal and robust learning are given in the this PowerPoint file [Michael: Please add Ken's Powerpoint from the lunch talk].
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* [[coordinated input training]]
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[[Glossary Instructions | Instructions for creating glossary entries.]]
* [[cue strength]]
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* [[cue validity]]
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* [[declarative ]]
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* [[entrenchment]]
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* [[explicit instruction]]
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* [[features]]
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* [[fluency ]]
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* [[fluency and refinement]]
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* [[foundational skill building]]
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* [[headroom]]
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* [[human learning]]
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* [[implicit instruction]]
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* [[instruction and learning events practice]]
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* [[integration]]
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* [[knowledge components]]
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* [[learning cycle ]]
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* [[learning events]]
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* [[level adjustment]]
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* [[linking]]
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* [[long-term retention]]
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* [[modeling]]
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* [[procedural ]]
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* [[refinement]]
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* [[reliability]]
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* [[robustness]]
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* [[savings in re-learning]]
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* [[scheduling]]
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* [[sense making]]
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* [[stability]]
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* [[transfer]]
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* [[working memory]]
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Latest revision as of 09:33, 29 August 2011

The current glossary has not yet been completely updated to reflect recent work by the clusters on their glossaries.

Definitions of dependent measures for normal and robust learning are given in the this PowerPoint file

NOTE: Ideal glossary entries should include an example as well as the general text description.

Instructions for creating glossary entries.

Pages in category "Glossary"

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