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Marton (as cited in Fyrenius, Wirrel, & Silen, 2007) points to "understanding through commonalities and understanding through differences" (p. 151) as two variations in achieving understanding.
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Research on Chinese learners has identified two different ways the students form in their mind the notion of understanding - comprehending similarities and and differences (Marton as cited in Fyrenius, Wirrel, & Silen, 2007).
Fyrenius, A., Wirrell, S., & Silen, C. (2007). Student approaches to achieving understanding-approaches to learning revisited. Studies in Higher Education, 32(2), 149-165.