In particular, in each context (easy, medium, and difficult), students go through a series of simulations in which they train:
- A minimal amount of skills— when most of the problem is already solved for the students, they practice only with the final steps of problem-solving (a small part of the whole skill hierarchy). Noteworthy that, ideally, students should be introduced to how the first steps were made for them as a case.
- A partial amount of skills— when part of the problem is already solved for the students, students practice only several steps of problem-solving (a bigger part of the whole skill hierarchy). Again, ideally, students should be introduced to how the first steps were made for them as a case.
- A complete amount of skills — students practice all the steps of problem-solving (the whole skill hierarchy).
Further, you will need to create a series of problem simulations with a minimal amount of skills, a series of problem simulations with a partial amount of skills, and a series of problem simulations with a complete amount of skills for each type of context: easy, medium, and complex context.