Training quality and learning goals: Towards effective learning for all

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (3):426-427 (1998)
Abstract
Howe, Davidson & Sloboda's focus on learning has important implications because the amount and quality of training are relevant to all learners, not just those acquiring exceptional abilities. In this commentary, I discuss learning goals as an indicator of learning quality, and suggest that all learners can be guided towards more effective learning by shifting their learning goals.
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