Context: One of the most common instructional methods utilized in allied health and medical education to promote learning transfer is examination of a single patient case. However, in non-healthcare settings this practice has shown to be less effective in promoting learning than examination of multiple cases with cueing. Objectives: To examine the extent of learning transfer of cued versus non-cued pre-professional healthcare undergraduates engaged in a case-based analogical reasoning exercise and to determine what factors may explain variance in transfer outcomes. Additionally, the outcomes of this study will provide the athletic training educator and ATEP administrators' rationale and methods for implementing a case-based analogical reasoning pedagogical approach to improve learning transfer.
Speicher, T.E. (2010). Analogical reasoning: A process for fostering learning transfer from the classroom to clinical practice. Unpublished doctoral dissertations. AAI3468099.