Education must [...] seek to develop [...] so that the individual is capable of going beyond the cultural ways of [their] social world. (Bruner, 1979: 116)
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- the ways in which a body of knowledge can be structured so that it can be most readily grasped by the learner
- the most effective sequences in which to present material
- the nature and pacing of rewards and punishments. Good methods for structuring knowledge should result in simplifying, generating new propositions, and increasing the manipulation of information. (InstructionalDesign.org, n.d.)
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