Novice Versus Expert Design Strategies


Common sense tells us that we should design differently for novices than for experts. Wouldn’t you expect a novice swimmer to learn new strokes differently than an advanced swimmer? What might not be as obvious, is that learning experiences designed for the novice can potentially have negative effects when used on experts. This is due to a phenomenon known as the expertise reversal effect, also called the prior knowledge principle.

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