Learning Goal-Decomposition Rules Using Exercises

Chandra Reddy, Prasad Tadepalli

Teaching problem-solving through exercises is a widely used pedagogic technique. A human teacher selects certain problems and orders them according to their level of difficulty to form a sequence of exercises. A student starts by solving simple problems first; then, attempts harder problems applying the knowledge gained from solving the earlier problems; and then still harder problems, and so on.


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