Instructor-supplied notes and higher-order thinking

Hohn, Robert L.; Gallagher, Thomas
June 1990
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Jun90, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p71
Academic Journal
Discusses the effectiveness in the United States of different types of instructors' notes provided during lectures of varying complexity on educational psychology. Comparison of lectures on motivation and instruction; Assessment of knowledge and application objectives; Effect of the notes on recall or application.


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