Guide to Annotating using Diigo
Screencast showing annotation feature in Diigo
Getting It Wrong: Surprising Tips on How to Learn: Scientific American – Sean Kearney’s Lifestream
Interesting research–totally flies in the face of how most of us think about designing learning. Do we design learning environments that allow people to fail enough to learn?
The idea embedded in this approach is that if students make errors, they will learn the errors and be prevented (or slowed) in learning the correct information. But research
by Nate Kornell, Matthew Hays and Robert Bjork at U.C.L.A. that recently appeared in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition
reveals that this worry is misplaced. In fact, they found, learning becomes better if conditions are arranged so that students make errors
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