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Using principles of cognitive learning theory as the basis for your conclusion, of the following, what is the most likely reason that students' conclusions about the topics they study vary so greatly?
A) Their working memory capacities are different, and students' constructions depend on the capacity of their working memories.
B) Teachers usually lecture, and students can't construct understanding if teachers lecture.
C) Their background knowledge varies, and their constructions of understanding depend on their background knowledge.
D) Teachers' explanations often aren't clear, so students are unable to construct understanding based on the explanations.
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