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Transfer of Learning: Cognition and Instruction (Educational Psychology) Hardcover – October 12, 2000
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--PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
"...Transfer of Learning provides a readable, interesting, and up-to-date review of the field of transfer... Overall, if you are interested in what psychology has to say about promoting transfer in learners, Transfer of Learning belongs on your bookshelf."
--CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY(2002, Vol. 47, No. 3)
"...I was pleased to find this readable and compelling book that combines solid research references and review with prescriptions on how to improve learning transfer... The writing is compelling and the research reviewed valuable. My copy is already bleeding yellow from the highlighted paragraphs!!"
--CLARK Training & Consulting, Phoenix, Arizona
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Current education and educational psychology textbooks either lack or lament the lack of research and guidance to educators on promoting transfer of learning. Thus this book is a necessary basis for all instruction and learning. Based on history and research, the book shows that transfer of learning is not just a technique of learning or instruction, but a way of thinking and knowing.
* The only nonedited educational book about transfer of learning
* Written in a plain, easy-to-understand style
* Illustrates how transfer of learning can be promoted in the classroom as well as in everyday life
* Prescribes 11 principles for achieving transfer of learning
* Demonstrates how we reason using transfer of learning
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