Effects of Topic Familiarity on Analogical Transfer in Problem- Solving: A Think-Aloud Study of Two Singular Cases
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Effects of Topic Familiarity on Analogical Transfer in Problem- Solving: A Think-Aloud Study of Two Singular Cases

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Gómez Ferragud, Carlos B.; Solaz Portolés, Joan Josep Perfil; Sanjosé López, Vicente Perfil
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We conducted a qualitative research of case studies based on think-aloud protocols. The aim was to carry out in-depth analyse secondary students¿ cognitive difficulties appearing in early stages of transfer processes in problem-solving. The task was to relate several source problems to a target problem, in order to solve it effectively. Source and target problems had different Surface and/or Structural similarities. In this paper, the solvers¿ high or low Familiarity with the problem stories on transfer processes was also focused on. Two emergent instructional phenomena are described, both associated to specific students¿ cognitive obstacles to achieve success in solving the target problem: the `Screen effect¿ and the `Sisyphus effect¿. The obstacles were harder for low Familiarity problems.

    Gómez Ferragud, Carlos B. Solaz Portolés, Joan Josep Sanjosé López, Vicente 2015 Effects of Topic Familiarity on Analogical Transfer in Problem- Solving: A Think-Aloud Study of Two Singular Cases Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education 11 4 875 887
http://dx.doi.org/10.12973/eurasia.2015.1416a
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