(a) Positive Transfer This is a situation whereby a previously learnt factor information aids in the understanding of anew task. Aside from aiding the learners in their subsequent learning, it also helps the learners to learn better and effectively the new task. (b) Negative Transfer This is a type of learning in which prior experience imparts negatively on the new one. In this case, the understanding of past skills inhibits the mastering of new ones. For example, if a student wrongly connects information, it can lead to negative transfer.