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  1. Understanding the ideas
  2. Cognitive load factors
  3. Worked out problems
  4. What others say for worked out problems
  5. Conclusions

Performance = Accomplishment It is associated to effective management of work, support and feedback Cognitive Load = Effort The load imposed on the cognitive system of a learner when performing a particular task = the amount of effort required to perform a task. The factors affected by the cognitive load They refer to: the mental load imposed by the task the mental effort needed to fulfill the task the level of performance

[...] low mental load & effort, high performance Reality = Studying worked out problems improves problem solving performance (low mental load & effort, high performance) Myth = Working out problems results in better problem solving performance than studying worked-out problems Conclusions There is no myth [...]

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