specific concepts or tasks) can be provided by an expert (instructor, teaching assistant, or peer learning coach) or by a computer program. When instructors employ effective instructional strategies of the types described, they model in their teaching the ways in which their own students should teach if those students go on to become graduate teaching assistants, K–12 teachers, or science faculty.



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