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MOVING KNOWLEDGE : THE SO – CALLED PROBLEM OF TRANSFER AND HOW TO REFRAME IT 1

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  title={MOVING KNOWLEDGE : THE SO – CALLED PROBLEM OF TRANSFER AND HOW TO REFRAME IT 1},
  author={},
  year={2003}
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  • Published 2003
  • Education
It is a truism to observe that all education and training aims at transfer; university-trained nurses are expected to apply their knowledge successfully in the clinical context of the hospital ward; trainee teachers are expected to translate their academic or theoretical knowledge of, say, classroom discipline into the practice of their first classrooms; apprentice car mechanics are expected to be able to apply their technical knowledge to fixing faulty break lines in different models of cars… 
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