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The systemic approach in technology education: Effects of transferred learning in physical science problem solving

Abstract : The purpose of this study is to verify whether pupils (15-16 years old) who have received technology education on a systemic approach of industrial systems, are better than other pupils (of the same age but from other academic domains such as literary ones or ones that are economics-based ...) at solving physical science problems which involve systemic reasoning. The results show that there is a positive transfer effect of the systems approach applied to industrial automatisms on systems of another nature (hydrodynamic and electrical problems). However this effect is less important for the pupils who study engineering sciences initiation for just one year (ISI) than for those who continue this education (SI) for a further year.
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Colette Andreucci -Marjolaine, Marjolaine Chatoney, Jacques Ginestié. The systemic approach in technology education: Effects of transferred learning in physical science problem solving. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, Springer Verlag, 2010, 22, pp.281-296. ⟨10.1007/s10798-010-9148-y⟩. ⟨hal-02473517⟩

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