Transfer of Learning

Transfer of Learning  

Definition of Transfer of Learning

Transfer of learning refers to the influence which learning one task may have upon the subsequent learning or performance of another task. Transfer of learning means that performance on one task is affected by performance on another task. Performance might be positively affected or it might be negatively affected. . . . . .

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Theories of Educational Admiration

Management theory

What is a theory? According to Hearron and Hildebrand (2003) a theory is an organised set of related ideas, concepts, and principles that describes a particular area of knowledge. Management theory is an organised set of related ideas, concepts, and principles that describe the process of managing an enterprise or child development centre. Managers of programmes for children read theories to understand how children grow, develop, and learn to help them to make the right decisions. . . . .

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The Family System Theories

Introduction

According to Bowen, a family is a system in which each member has a role to play and rules to respect. Although the specific roles that each person plays depend on the culture of the people, in most communities men generally play instrumental roles while women play expressive roles. Children on their part assist the parents in different roles and tasks as may be assigned. Further, members of the system are expected to respond to each other in a certain way according to their role. . . . .

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