Preknowledge

Pre`knowl´edge


n.1.Prior knowledge.
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To answer RQ1, statistics were obtained for learning outcome measures, including means and standard deviations (SDs), and a paired-sample t-test was conducted to compare the difference between post- and preknowledge test scores.
40) This preknowledge is mysteriously given to us--we simply 'find' it, without our own doing in our awareness, and we already use this 'tacit' (41) knowledge while making it philosophically explicit.
Interactive storytelling in a mixed reality environment: how does sound design and users' preknowledge of the background story influence the user experience?
Moreover, because no preknowledge of UI design is required, even novices will be able to design great UIs.
The interpretation process initiated by the gap transforms the reward system from the news article's description of the biochemical processes within the brain and places it in an everyday discourse of the reader's own experiences and preknowledge.
How can they learn preknowledge of kids does to write this effectively?
Graded prompts should then be applied with precision, as the instructor identifies the preknowledge students have when entering the class.
He used various terms, which I highlighted above, to express Jesus' knowledge of the Father: "intuition," "implicit preknowledge," "inalienable knowledge," possessing his entire mission in his "mind's eye" and searching for ways of implementing his task.
There is absolutely no evidence the Taliban had preknowledge or were complicit in the Sept.
As you can see in figure 1, in preknowledge period, the information free from governance experience provided the basic literature.