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The course's assignments and tests were actively and thoroughly developed to encourage deep, active, and elaborative processing of course material, instead of only memorizing content.
The students used ACED with elaborative feedback and adaptive sequencing.
Conversely, the more innovative, unprecedented, or "unnatural" the projection is, the greater the elaborative distance, and the more difficult and demanding the conceptualization.
For example, there is evidence to suggest that these IWM's shape individuals' cognitive, emotional, and behavioral responses to others (Collins & Read, 1994), presumably by directing the initial orientation and elaborative appraisal-arousal neurobiological processes in ways that maximize felt security, given one's implicit knowledge of how an emotionally-significant caregiver relates.
The intent of the follow-up analysis questions was to assist the storytellers in being fully elaborative in their stories and foster or extend reflection about their practice so that they could benefit by or learn from the experiences related in their narratives.
Explaining, he says the arabesque is an elaborative application of repeating geometric forms that often echo the forms of plants and animals.
As a university professor and scholar and a prolific contributor of advancing many noble causes through his elaborative writings and community organizing, he wrongly assumed that he could give a momentum to his camping through his Iranian confidantes.
It more elaborative when an innovation develops over a long period of time.
His compositional approach seems to unfold organically, in a process like a seed's development, with the strings playing a strictly elaborative role.
This unit is elaborative on special group formats, writing & setting agenda for a meeting, developing critical thinking skills, along with the interpretations, evaluations and reflective thinking.
Findings showed that the study participants increased their use of both responsive and elaborative interactional behavior and decreased their use of intrusive and directive interactional behavior (Cooper, Dunst, & Vance, 1990; Dunst et al.
A score of 3 was awarded if the lesson included instructive or elaborative feedback that specified necessary steps, rules, or prompts to help students derive the correct answer.