Calibration

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Calibration is the act of aligning your judgments of what you know and don’t know with objective feedback. Objective feedback is obtained from tests. These should be low-stakes tests designed to determine mastery and to diagnose difficulties. Frequently these tests are learner constructed and self-administered. The purpose of these tests is to which items have

Generation

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Generation is an attempt to answer a question or solve a problem before being shown the answer or the solution. • Fill in the blank test questions are simple examples of generation. • Using known concepts to devise a solution to an unfamiliar problem without being told how to solve the problem is a form