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This webinar provides practical information on how to use published research findings and make contact with cognitive scientists in order to improve K12 and university students’ learning from digital online resources, like Khan Academy videos or interactive mathematics exercises. The webinar focuses on how students’ motivation and grades have been increased by helping them believe they can take charge of their learning and become smarter, and how students can be supported in reflective thinking and seeking deep understanding, when questions and prompts for students to explain are inserted in videos and interactive exercises
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