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Apprenticeship Training in the Workplace: Computer-Coached Practice Environment as a New Form of Apprenticeship
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Machine-Mediated Learning Volume 3, Number 1,

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Discussion of cognitive apprenticeships highlights a computer-based coached practice environment called SHERLOCK that was developed for Air Force technicians. Training for complex skills is discussed, comparisons are made between results with SHERLOCK and results with apprenticeship models that have human coaches, and possible future enhancements are explained. (29 references) (LRW)

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Lajoie, S.P. & Lesgold, A. (1989). Apprenticeship Training in the Workplace: Computer-Coached Practice Environment as a New Form of Apprenticeship. Machine-Mediated Learning, 3(1), 7-28. Retrieved July 19, 2019 from .

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