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Reflective Practice Large Group Meeting Resources, 2019 -2020

Workshop Description

Learning transfer refers to the ability of students to take knowledge, skills, and strategies gained in an educational setting and adapt it to a variety of contexts (educational, civic, professional, and personal).This interactive workshop introduced participants to the principles of learning transfer and offered an opportunity to consider how to build learning transfer into courses and curricula across the disciplines. 


The following books are available through IUP Libraries:
Doyle, T. (2008). Helping students learn in a learner-centered environment : A guide to facilitating learning in higher education. Sterling, Va.: Stylus Pub. Call No  LB2331 .D66 2008  and ebook .
Kaiser, L., Kaminski, K., & Foley, J. (2013). Learning transfer in adult education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Ebook.
Kirwan, C. (2008). Improving learning transfer a guide to getting more out of what you put into your training. Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate. ebook
Pollock, R., Jefferson, A.M., & Wick, C W. (2015). “D4: Drive learning transfer. ” In The Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning (pp. 149-190). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. ebook.
Schneider, K. (2014). Transfer of learning in organizations (1st ed. 2014.. ed.). ebook.
Weber, E. (2014). Turning learning into action : A proven methodology for effective transfer of learning. ebook


The following articles are available through IUP Libraries: 
Brion, C. (2019). Keeping the learning going: Using mobile technology to enhance learning transfer. Educational Research for Policy and Practice, 18(3), 225-240.
Massenberg, A., Schulte, E., & Kauffeld, S. (2017). Never too early: Learning transfer system factors affecting motivation to transfer before and better training programs. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 28(1), 55-85.  
Roumell, E. (2019). Priming adult learners for learning transfer: Beyond content and delivery. Adult Learning, 30(1), 15-22.
 Scharff, L, Draeger, et. Al.  (2017). Exploring metacognition as a support for learning transfer. Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 5(1), 1-9.
Shepherd, R. (2018). Digital writing, multimodality, and learning transfer: Crafting connections between composition and online composing. Computers and Composition, 48, 103-114.
Sørensen, P. (2017).  What research on learning transfer can teach about improving the impact of leadership-development initiatives.  Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 69(1), 47-62.
Zarei, G., & Rahimi, A. (2014). Learning transfer in english for general academic purposes writing. SAGE Open, 4(1).   2158244013518925.