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          Cognitive apprenticeship is an instructional model that makes thinking visible, tacit knowledge of an expert or teacher used to solve complicated problems. Learners can see intellectual and cognitive skills.Learners observe and practice in the real situation or authentic environments through modeling, coaching, scaffolding, articulation, reflection and exploration.This article presented PM-CARE Model based on cognitive apprenticeship. It can help students to construct their own knowledge, improve professional competencies, and develop critical thinking

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