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Activities that follow successful completion of a quantitative problem, aimed at helping students to understand the concepts associated with that problem and to develop abstract problem-solving schema that will help with solving similar (near transfer) problems, and perhaps also far-transfer problems.
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Post-practice reflection involves activities that follow successful completion of a quantitative problem aimed at helping students to understand the concepts associated with that problem and to develop abstract problem-solving schema.  Such schema are a kind of [[knowledge component]] that if acquired with high [[feature validity]] will help students with solving similar (near transfer) problems, and perhaps also far-transfer problems.
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Post-practice reflection activities often involve some kind of dialogue between the student and another agent (teacher, peer, or computer tutor).
  
 
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Revision as of 06:02, 18 April 2007

Post-practice reflection involves activities that follow successful completion of a quantitative problem aimed at helping students to understand the concepts associated with that problem and to develop abstract problem-solving schema. Such schema are a kind of knowledge component that if acquired with high feature validity will help students with solving similar (near transfer) problems, and perhaps also far-transfer problems.

Post-practice reflection activities often involve some kind of dialogue between the student and another agent (teacher, peer, or computer tutor).