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Teach for Transfer
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Teach for Transfer



February 1996 | 104 pages | Corwin
This study of 'transfer' addresses the perplexing question: How can students possess knowledge and skills in one set of circumstances and yet not be able to apply those same skills to other situations that require them? Madeline Hunter introduces four factors designed to aid the process of transfer and promote creativity and problem-solving techniques among students: similarity; association; degree of original learning; and critical attributes.
 
The Importance of Transfer
 
Similarity of Two Learnings
 
Association of Two Learnings
 
Degree of Original Learning
 
Identification if Essential and Unvarying Elements
 
Summary of Factors Generating Transfer

Too dated. Technology and the web didn't exist in education in 1971, so difficult to translate theory into current practice.

Mr Jack Phelan
Kinesiology, California Polytechnic State University
August 2, 2011

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ISBN: 9780803963221
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