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prompt

Assistance, reinforcement, or feedback given during the acquisition or relearning of skills necessary for task completion.
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do not necessarily measure knowledge construction, concept maps can be used to assess knowledge constructed in response to the discussion board prompt.
What's good about the voice prompts users can record through the new feature is they can be shared with family and friends.
Rachel added: "The Government's commitment to push the prompt payment agenda is welcome, but more must be done for businesses to benefit on the ground.
Prompting a behavior at a relatively high rate increases the opportunity for the behavior to contact reinforcement contingencies relative to lower prompt rates.
For example, in the note above the response to the summary prompt was identical to the response to prompt 3.
The prompt's job is as the name suggests, to prompt or cue actors when on rare occasions, they forget their lines.
Correct toy presentation was Amy placing two or three toys in Anna's lap within 12 s but not more than 20 s after the last prompt or last pretense behavior.
Most-to-least (MTL) and least-to-most (LTM) prompting strategies are typical response prompt hierarchies and both have drawbacks.
It involves determining whether a prompt actually does what its creator intended it to.
Buyers of shredded scrap paid $7 per ton less on average in November, while prompt industrial No.
A few research studies report that WBPT can prompt students to set appropriate goals, self-monitor, self-evaluate and ask for help as needed (Dabbagh, & Kitsantas, 2005; Dabbagh, & Bannan-Ritland, 2005; Kitsantas & Dabbagh, 2004).