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Studying robust learning means hypothesizing the point at which learning occurs. Unfortunately, there is no way to directly observe these [[learning events]], or the points in time and shifts in knowledge state when students are said to learn.   
 
Studying robust learning means hypothesizing the point at which learning occurs. Unfortunately, there is no way to directly observe these [[learning events]], or the points in time and shifts in knowledge state when students are said to learn.   
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The instructional event, therefore, is used as evidence to infer student learning, or to presume the existence of an unobservable learning event.
 
The instructional event, therefore, is used as evidence to infer student learning, or to presume the existence of an unobservable learning event.
 
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Revision as of 13:19, 15 November 2010

Instructional Events

Studying robust learning means hypothesizing the point at which learning occurs. Unfortunately, there is no way to directly observe these learning events, or the points in time and shifts in knowledge state when students are said to learn.

As researchers, however, we do have the ability to observe instructional events, which are external to the student and involve the presentation of information or elicitation of a behavioral response.

The instructional event, therefore, is used as evidence to infer student learning, or to presume the existence of an unobservable learning event.

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