The authors of this study demonstrate how the use of open-ended self-explanation prompts improved students’ abilities to locate errors in html code. Are there implications of this practice for other online teaching contexts?
Kwon, K., Kumalasari, C. D., & Howland, J. L. (2011). Self-explanation prompts on problem-solving performance in an interactive learning environment. Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 10(2), 96–112.
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