I have the starter card.
Who has the large “place” in our brains where the things we know are stored.
I have “long term memory”
Who has the name of the learning effect that appears to show that studying step-by-step solutions to problems is more effective at teaching students how to solve problems than asking students to discover solutions to problems?
I have the “worked-example effect.”
Who has smaller “place” in our brains where cognitive processing occurs, that is the place where we do our thinking?
I have “short term memory” or “working memory.”
Who has the learning effect that explains why students don’t learn as well if they must constantly shift back and forth between reading the text about a diagram and viewing the diagram itself?
“I have the split-attention effect”
Who has the name of the learning effect that appears to show that those with deep knowledge in a content area learn better by discovery or problem solving than by studying worked examples?
I have “the expertise reversal effect”
Who has a term used to describe the structures of knowledge stored in our long-term memory, for example one such structure might store what we know about the handshake problem or the border problem.
I have “schema.”
Who has the evidence-supported notion that if a student attempts to process too many pieces of new information, his or her working memory will not be able to process them efficiently.
I have “cognitive load theory.”
Who is the recognized Guinness record holder for reciting digits of pi?
I have Lu Chao of China at 67,890 digits, …
… and this is the last card

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