Tuovinen & Sweller
(1999), in a comparison of worked-example versus discovery learning approaches to teaching basic database concepts using FileMaker Pro, found that novice learners benefited greatly from the worked-out example approach.
(1994) states that with time and practice a specific thinking process can become automated.
of the research and guidelines in the book for each chapter.
Worked examples are detailed problem solutions that contain identifiable qualities and characteristics (Ward & Sweller
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Research by Blayney, Kalyuga, & Sweller
(2010) indicated that older students in an first year accounting course tend to have less experience in using new information technologies as do those students who have recently left school.
According to Sweller
(1990), a worked example is to focus on the problem and state and carry on a relevant a kind of course that carry out (such as the order of solving the problem) to give a demonstration, help students to assimilate the base mould or improve the problem of combining and solve ability, too.
Paas, Renki, and Sweller
(2003) further categorized cognitive load into three types: intrinsic cognitive load, extraneous (ineffective) cognitive load, and germane (effective) cognitive load.
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Based on the theoretical foundations derived from the work of Sweller
(1994), cognitive load theory (CLT) assumes a limited working memory which is connected to a virtually unlimited long-term memory.
Cooper, Tindall-Ford, Chandler, and Sweller
(2001) note that the processes underlying effective mental practice may be similar to those underlying effective self-explanation (e.
& Levine, 1982; Owen & Sweller