Let’s get to work with productive learning strategies: Imagining

By Tine Hoof, Tim Surma, Paul A. Kirschner & Mirjam Neelen This blog is the seventh in a series of eight blogs, originally written by Tine Hoof, Tim Surma & Paul Kirschner, and published on excel.thomasmore.be. In 2015, Richard Mayer and Logan Fiorella published their book ‘Learning as a Generative Activity’ describing eight generative learning […]

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