Cognitive science has taught us a lot about how humans learn. Now computer-based learning programs are putting those principles into action and improving student gains. In this article, found in the July/August APA Monitor on Psychology, two goals will be accomplished. The first goal is to identify some principles of learning that are grounded in cognitive science. The second is to describe some advanced learning environments that attempt to weave in these principles and thereby improve education.
Part of the APA Monitor's CE Corner article series.
- Identify some principles of learning that are grounded in cognitive science.
- Describe some contemporary computerized learning environments.
Arthur C. Graesser, PhD
The CE Corner programs are in collaboration with the APA Monitor on Psychology Office.
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