The action oriented learning and teaching approach: a model that lead to a learner’s exemplary job performance and employability

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Author: Heitmann, Werner

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This paper is taken from the plenary session on Tuesday 23 July 2002 at the International Vocational Education and Training Organisation (IVETA) Conference. This paper examines an action-orientated approach to the teaching and learning processes. Such an approach may prepare the student for today’s dynamic workplace. Independent action in the workplace is fostered by independent action during education and training. In this paper the author describes action learning methods, including the use of a key text or other self-study material, and the project method.; The proceedings for Monday...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Employment; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Employability; Experiential learning; Learning activities; Learning method; Learning process; Training employment relationship; Education; Training

Published: [Mauritius]: [International Vocational Education and Training Association], [2002]

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Place: Mauritius

Statement of responsibility: Werner Heitmann

Date: 2002

Conference number: 13th

Pages: [16] p

Resource type: Conference

Call number: TD/TNC 78.348

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