Difference between revisions of "Reflection questions"

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Reflection questions are a [[post-practice reflection]] activity in which the student is presented with a question that focuses on the concepts and principles associated with a quantitative problem.  A human or automated tutor provides the student with feedback on the student's response, or can guide the student towards a correct response, in Socratic dialogue fashion.
 
Reflection questions are a [[post-practice reflection]] activity in which the student is presented with a question that focuses on the concepts and principles associated with a quantitative problem.  A human or automated tutor provides the student with feedback on the student's response, or can guide the student towards a correct response, in Socratic dialogue fashion.
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Reflection questions might not only be given between problem-solving practice (see studies by Katz, Rummel, or Walker) but also during example study (see study by Craig).
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Latest revision as of 05:09, 18 April 2007

Reflection questions are a post-practice reflection activity in which the student is presented with a question that focuses on the concepts and principles associated with a quantitative problem. A human or automated tutor provides the student with feedback on the student's response, or can guide the student towards a correct response, in Socratic dialogue fashion.

Reflection questions might not only be given between problem-solving practice (see studies by Katz, Rummel, or Walker) but also during example study (see study by Craig).