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Hammer, Elby, Scherr, and Redish (2005) discuss the difficulties in using the term transfer to describe students application of learning from one context to another. Primarily, transfer assumes a unitary view of knowledge that can be cleanly extracte (More)
diSessa (2001) provides an overview of phenomenological primitives (p-prims). Interestingly, he comments that even when people disprove their p-prims, they often try to force the p-prims compliance with the situation. He uses the example of the vacuu (More)
Fellow staff, please check if residents have signed the residence agreement BEFORE issuing a transfer key. The easiest way to check for a signature is to see if the booking is marked as TENT (tentative) or RESV (reserved). If the booking is reser (More)