explicit learning


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explicit learning

Learning that results from clearly stated directions or instructions.
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Evidence that implicit and explicit learning is not bad or good per se, but that performance in movement selection depends on the structure of the environment is still limited (Raab, 2002, 2003) and further investigation is needed.
Psychometric intelligence dissociates implicit and explicit learning.
Effects of learning contexts on implicit and explicit learning.
Implicit rather than explicit learning is, as we have seen, the superior method for vocabulary growth, since word acquisition occurs over a very long period, and advances very, very gradually along a broad front.
Service-learning has been described as structured learning experiences with a balance of service and learning that combines community service with explicit learning objectives with an emphasis on critical reflection about the service work and its relationship to professional education (Gelmon, Holland, & Shinnamon, 1998).

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