transfer of learning

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transfer of learning

the extent to which practice or learning of one skill influences the learning or performance of a different skill, or the same skill in a different context. Also known as generalizability of learning. See also negative transfer, positive transfer.
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We are also focusing strongly on learning transfer, to ensure the organisations we work with can maximise their investment.
Examining the factor structure and predictive ability of the German-version of the Learning Transfer Systems Inventory.
The influence of perceptions of task similarity/ difference on learning transfer in second language writing.
In addition to situational authenticity, learning content that encourages learning transfer is essential for enabling students to learn problem-solving strategies and for enhancing students' capabilities.
Making Change Work" brings together the ROI Institute's established methodology for aligning projects and programs to business needs and for evaluating impact and ROI with the Turning Learning Into Action methodology developed by Emma Weber to support learning transfer.
Learning transfer refers to the ability of the student to take what was learned in the classroom and apply it to diverse and novel situations on the job.
The goal of the studies was two-fold: (1) to develop a framework for increased learning transfer for students who are often very visually orientated and (2) for the student to become more comfortable in maintaining client engagement while demonstrating research and applicable knowledge during design presentations.
41] Raliphada N Coetzee J Ukpere WI Organisational Factors Affecting Learning Transfer In The South African Public Service Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 5(2) 7437542014.
He explains what evaluation is, the changing nature of work and workplace learning, implications for evaluation, the evidence for the positive effect of training on performance,aand current evaluation approaches; barriers, planning, gathering and analyzing data, and the importance of stakeholders; effective reaction measurements, rating measures, measuring employee self-efficacy and learning transfer, using qualitative methods to get impact data, evaluating e-learning programs, assessing whether employees have acquired new knowledge, skills, or attitudes, evaluating informal learning, and taking account of costs; and presenting results, along with a checklist.
The main focus lies in the identification of predictors of learning transfer that takes place alongside the training participation and in the investigation of their causal relationships.
of Utah) focuses on the needs of the adult learner, and helps librarians and library staff plan training sessions for take-away value, learner engagement, and learning transfer.

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