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  1. Transfer

  2. Transfer • Transfer during learning • Refers to the effect that that past learning has on the processing and acquisition of new knowledge. • Transfer of Learning • Refers to the degree to which the new learning is applied by the learner in the future. • Near Transfer- new learning in very similar and closely related settings. • Far Transfer- both similar and non similar settings that share common elements from initial learning.

  3. Armies and Fortresses • A dictator ruled a small country from a fortress. The fortress was situated in the middle of the country and many roads radiated outward from it, like spokes on a wheel. A great general vowed to capture the fortress and free the country of the dictator. The general knew that if his entire army could attack the fortress at once, it could be captured. But a spy reported that the dictator had planted mines on each of the roads. The mines were set so that small bodies of men could pass over them safely, since the dictator needed to be able to move troops and workers about; however, any large force would detonate the mines. Not only would this blow up the road, but the dictator would destroy many villages in retaliation. How could the general attack the fortress?

  4. Ray and Tumors • Suppose you are a doctor faced with a patient who has a malignant tumor in his stomach. It is impossible to operate on the patient, but unless the tumor is destroyed, the patient will die. There is a kind of ray that can be used to destroy the tumor. If the rays reach the tumor all at once at a sufficiently high intensity, the tumor will be destroyed. Unfortunately at this intensity the healthy tissue that the rays pass through on the way to the tumor will also be destroyed. At lower intensities the rays are harmless to healthy tissue, but they will not affect the tumor either. What type of procedure might be used to destroy the tumor with the rays, and at the same time avoid destroying the healthy tissue?

  5. Modes of Understanding

  6. Avis CanineDiscovered in New Guinea.

  7. SolyndraLLC’s workers making solar-power panels in a California factory subsidized by U.S. taxpayers showed “the promise of clean energy isn’t just an article of faith,” President BarackObama said on a visit to the company in May 2010.Two months before Obama’s visit, accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP warned that Solyndra, the recipient of $535 million in federal loan guarantees, had financial troubles deep enough to “raise substantial doubt about its ability to continue as a going concern.”The Obama administration stood by Solyndra through the auditor’s warning, the abandonment of a planned initial public offering and a last-ditch refinancing where taxpayers took a back seat to new investors. That unwavering commitment has come under increasing scrutiny since the company’s travails culminated in its filing for bankruptcy protection on Sept. 6 and a raid on its headquarters by th Federal Bureau of Investigation two days later.

  8. The Peace of Wild Things  When despair for the world grows in me and I wake in the night at the least sound in fear of what my life and my children's lives may be, I go and lie down where the wood drake rests in his beauty on the water, and the great heron feeds. I come into the peace of wild things who do not tax their lives with forethought of grief. I come into the presence of still water. And I feel above me the day-blind stars waiting with their light. For a time I rest in the grace of the world, and am free.

  9. Metaphors to increase transfer…looking at a commentary on the human condition.Allegory: an extended metaphor in which objects, persons, and actions in a narrative are equated with meanings that lies outside the narrative itself. Names are often obviously meaningful, and characters are often personifications of abstract qualities

  10. Allegory: an extended metaphor in which objects, persons, and actions in a narrative are equated with meanings that lies outside the narrative itself. Names are often obviously meaningful, and characters are often personifications of abstract qualities

  11. If Plato’s Allegory of the Cave is metaphor for….What do the objects symbolize? The cave The fire The prisoners The voices The shadows The light The shackles