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Knowledge Component Hypothesis: If a student’s instructional history contains many [[learning events]] for the [[knowledge components]] that need to be known in order to perform well on a particular assessment task, then we predict that the student will succeed on that task and fail otherwise.   
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Knowledge Component Hypotheses: If a student’s instructional history contains many [[learning events]] for the [[knowledge components]] that need to be known in order to perform well on a particular assessment task, then we predict that the student will succeed on that task and fail otherwise.   
  
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See the related [[knowledge decomposability hypothesis]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:42, 20 May 2008

Knowledge Component Hypotheses: If a student’s instructional history contains many learning events for the knowledge components that need to be known in order to perform well on a particular assessment task, then we predict that the student will succeed on that task and fail otherwise.

See the related knowledge decomposability hypothesis.