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Problem Solving, Encoding and Retrieval’s Implications for Teaching and Learning (Within Year 12 HSC Legal Studies Classroom) My essay was given a 33 out of 40 which is a DN

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Education Educational psychology Cognition Academia Spacing effect Educational technology Working memory Encoding Recall Memory Learning Josh Kaufman
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407). This significant transformation led to greater emphasis and closer analysis of effective pedagogy of teaching and learning in relation to the various psychological processes, including the process of problem solving, encoding and retrieval. Whilst problem-solving process aims to achieve a desired state from the current state of situations (Bruning, Schraw, & Norby, 2011, p. 90), both encoding and retrieval are steps of information processing within the Modal Model that construct (former) and reconstruct (later) memories (Bruning, Schraw, & Norby, 2011). Though different i...
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