Designing Winning Worked Examples 3 – Explanation Effects

Mirjam Neelen & Paul A. Kirschner Worked examples come in many shapes and forms. They’re not only useful for simple, well-structured tasks or problems, but also for complex, ill-structured tasks or problems. In other words, tasks or problems with unknown elements and multiple acceptable solutions. They also possess multiple criteria for evaluating solutions and often … Continue reading Designing Winning Worked Examples 3 – Explanation Effects