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Billett Stephen (2013). « Recasting transfer as a socio-personal process of adaptable learning ». Educational Research Review, vol. 8, janvier, p. 5–13. ISSN 1747938X. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
DOI: 10.1016/j.edurev.2012.05.004
ID no. (ISBN etc.): {1747938X}
BibTeX citation key: Billett2013
Categories: Enseignants
Subcategories: formation continue des enseignants
Keywords: Formation en milieu de travail
Creators: Billett
Collection: Educational Research Review
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Abstract     
Abstract: Transfer is usually cast as an educational, rather than learning, problem. Yet, seeking to adapt what individuals know from one circumstance to another is a process more helpfully associated with learning, than a hybrid one called transfer. Adaptability comprises individuals construing what they experience, then aligning and reconciling with what they know, and enacting responses. This learning process is mediated by societal and cultural contributions shaping tasks, their goals and solutions and also by individuals’ capacities and interest, as shaped by their ontogenies (i.e. socially derived life histories). Labelling this process ‘transfer’ arises from concerns about educational institutions’ key rationale: that what is learnt through them should be applicable elsewhere. However, expectations of educational provisions generating wholesale adaptable learning (i.e. transferable knowledge) are unrealistic because this learning is mediated by culturally, societally and situationally derived facts and personal factors. To moderate expectations and inform practice, transfer of knowledge needs to be understood as human thinking and acting mediated both internally (intra-psychologically) as well as inter-psychologically (from social and brute suggestions beyond the individual). Consequently, a socio-personal conception of adaptability is advanced here to illuminate this process. Through intra- as well inter-psychological mediation, it comprises individuals construing what is experienced, reconciliation with what they know and constructing new knowledge or adaptability.
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