Combining an accessible presentation of the underlying theory of transfer of learning which explains how to put theory into practice, this is a text which is relevant to "teaching for transfer" in professional or vocational contexts. The first part of the book looks at what "transfer of learning" means, how it operates, the implications for teaching and issues such as assessment, competence, and outcomes. In the second part contributors present case studies from social work which show how specific teaching methods can be successfully used to make the maximum use of the student's previous experience. These include personal construct psychology, enquiry and action learning, intentional observation, critical incident analysis, reflective diaries, process recording, and information technology. 6
Release date NZ
February 22nd, 2001
Edited by Cathlin Macaulay
Edited by Viviene E. Cree
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