This exploratory study of learning transfer from collegiate education to employment outcomes investigated the work experiences among deaf and hard of hearing adult college graduates. The significance of the study was incorporated in a quantitative method design targeting 19 of 64 participants in a single employment outcome. The participants received the highest ratings in teamwork and communication skills. Although gender was not originally a factor in this study, an independent test uncovered that female and male participants had significant differences in the transfer of learning competencies in the areas of communication and teamwork. A recommendation for the future is to focus on short-term near transfer as primary research on the outcome of learning transfer from classroom to internship settings.
Myers, M. J., & Takayama, K. (2019). Transfer of Learning from Collegiate Deaf and Hard of Hearing Graduates to their Employment Outcome: An Exploratory Study. JADARA, 52(3). Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/jadara/vol52/iss3/1