Difference between revisions of "Focusing"

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Instruction that focuses the learner's attention on valid cues or [[features]] should lead to more robust learning than unfocused instruction or instruction that focuses on less valid cues or [[features]].
See [[feature focusing]].
Focusing instruction may help students to learn [[knowledge components]] with higher [[feature validity]].
Focusing may also result in students spending more time during a [[learning events|learning event]] on a particular [[knowledge component]] and thus increase its [[strength]].
[[Category:Learning Process]]
[[Category:Refinement and Fluency]]

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