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|Title: ||Effects of cueing and collaboration on the Acquisition of Complex Legal Skills|
|Authors: ||Hummel, Hans|
|Keywords: ||cueing peer feedback, collaboration, schemas, complex problem-solving tasks|
complex problem-solving tasks
|Issue Date: ||8-Nov-2005|
|Abstract: ||This study examines the effects of cueing and collaboration on training outcomes and transfer pleas, and on cognitive activity during collaboration, by combining a multimedia practical with cueing and small-group collaboration with peer feedback to support the complex task of preparing a plea in court. Results reveal that both cueing and collaboration positively influence training outcomes, with participants without cueing benefiting most from additional collaboration. Transfer plea scores reveal a positive effect of collaboration but a negative effect of cueing. Analysis of discussions during small-group collaboration reveals a negative effect of cueing on the level of cognitive activity. The theoretical and practical implications for combining cueing and small-group collaboration to support the acquisition of complex skills are discussed.|
|Description: ||Hummel, H. G. K., Paas, F., & Koper, R. (2006). Effects of cueing and collaboration on the Acquisition of Complex Legal Skills. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 76(3), 613-632.
[Also availabe at http://hdl.handle.net/1820/1646]|
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