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by Jose P. Mestre

ePub Transfer Of Learning: Research And Perspectives (Current Perspectives on Cognition, Learning, and Instruction) download
Author:
Jose P. Mestre
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978-1593111649
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1593111649
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IAP - Informaiton Age Publishing Inc. (July 1, 2006)
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The two perspective are behavioral and cognitive approaches. Behavioral approaches view learning as a behavior. There are several big questions in the field of learning theory that both of these perspectives attempt to answer. The behavior is observable and can be measured. Cognitive approaches explain learning as the acquisition of knowledge and the processing of information. In many ways, these two schools of thought on learning reflect the Greek philosophies studied in an earlier post. Recall that realism was about the senses just as behaviorism is about seeing a change in behavior. The questions are. How does learning occur? What is the role of memory?

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The chapters contained in the book present a new and exciting set of conceptual tools that will not only allow us to think about transfer in more productive ways, but will also enable the development of educational and measurement tools that will greatly facilitate our ability to educate the children in our schools. This volume is eclectic in bringing together researchers from psychology and science education (especially physics)-who would not normally present their ideas under the same forum-to share their views and perspectives on transfer. What we believe has emerged is a fresh look at transfer issues from a multidisciplinary perspective.