Deliberate Error vs Error Prevention | Which One is Better for Learning?

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What if we use a strategy that gets students to commit errors deliberately rather than error prevention? What would be the effect of this strategy on learning?

The article that I mentioned in the video: Dyre, L., Tabor, A., Ringsted, C., & Tolsgaard, M. G. (2017). Imperfect practice makes perfect: error management training improves transfer of learning. Medical education, 51(2), 196-206.

A relevant video that you are recommended to watch: Productive Failure

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