Between novice and expert: complex tasks and intermediate learning

“If I am ever to get an education-related tattoo (it is only a matter of time), it would say ‘experts and novices think differently‘ (Barton, 2018, p.31).”

A year ago, my choice of education-related tattoo would have been the same: this distinction is critical.  But tattoos are dangerous if you keep changing your mind: what I’ve read recently would lead me to edit this tattoo.  It might now read: ‘experts and novices think differently – and those who are no longer novices but not yet experts think differently again.’*

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