Difference between revisions of "Robustness"

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[[Category:PSLC General]]
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Robust learning is learning the achieves either or both deep conceptual understanding and strong procedural fluency.  Sometimes instructional objectives of a course may put more emphasis on one or the other, but often both are desirable.  Robust learning is measured with assessments of [[long-term retention]], [[transfer]] and [[acceleration of future learning]].
see [[robust learning]]
Instruction that achieves robust learning is designed so that the [[learning event space]] has some target paths that would cause an ideal student to acquire [[knowledge components]] that have either or both high [[feature validity]], that is, they are accurate, deep, and general, and high [[strength]], that is, they can be applied quickly and effortlessly.

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