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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described 16 principles of teaching and learning organized into five constructs: Organization and Structure of Subject Matter, Motivation, Reward and Reinforcement, Techniques of Teaching, and Transfer of Learning.
The studies that emerged draw on learning and transfer theories that examine intersections among the nature of knowledge, learners, and learners' processes, and the contexts or situations in which transfer of learning might occur.
These short, informal discussions about reading during tutorials are crucial because they engage students in metacognitive work, the hinge upon which successful transfer of learning depends.
Educational experts have cited transfer of learning as one of the most problematic issues with learning in a classroom environment (Bevevino, Dengel, & Adams, 1999; Borich & Tombari, 1997; Rossett, 1997).
Transfer of learning is not as straightforward or simple a notion as that portrayed in some areas of educational discourse.
As this transfer of learning continues past the classroom and into more interactive, collaborative and technology enhanced spaces, colleges and universities, especially community colleges, are finding that a one stop shop, student center, hub, heart of campus--whatever name it may embody--is an economical and exciting way to promote learning outside the classroom.
Kelvin Kirby, CEO, commented, "We are delighted to receive such an award, and it's testament to our staff, and training consultants in particular, that they are being recognized for their ability to ensure transfer of learning takes place efficiently and effectively.
A vital topic in higher education is transfer of learning, which is generally defined as the ability to take something learned in one context and apply it in another.
It enhances the effective transfer of learning in the workplace and, therefore, ensures the best staff performance possible.
She also pulls concepts from cognitive science, such as retrieval practice, metacognition, priming, self-regulation, and transfer of learning.
Transfer of training at times refers to any of the following: transfer of training transfer of learning training transfer skill maintenance and skill generalization [6].

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