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- May 2019
guided practice: we set up a structure in which learners can test their skills and get feedback on their progress. This contrasts with another teaching strategy variously known as constructivist, discovery, problem-based, experiential or inquiry-based learning.
Guided practice is where we do:
- We work, our learners in the workshop work
- We use frequent formative evaluations every 5-10 minutes using multiple choice questions and the MCQs are so created that they can tap misconceptions, not just fact checking.
- We hold student's hand and guide
- We do this so that repeated practice will help to store information from short term memory to longer term memory
- Minimalist guidance actually increases the burden of learning new tools