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Corporate author:Journal of Vocational Education and Training (JVET)University of Greenwich. Royal Naval College
The theme of the fifth annual international JVET conference was ‘researching policy and practice in vocational education and training’. The papers are: Industry differences in an industry-led system: some results from a survey of TAFE teachers and learners / Geof Hawke; Exploring the possibilities for expansive learning in a work-simulation activity / Geoff Hayward and Suzanne Greenwald; Flexible learning in prison education / Angela Herbert; Competition, competence and conservation: a case study of strategic learning in the petrochemical industry / David Hodges; Epic and tragic tales: a... [+] Show more
The theme of the fifth annual international JVET conference was ‘researching policy and practice in vocational education and training’. The papers are: Industry differences in an industry-led system: some results from a survey of TAFE teachers and learners / Geof Hawke; Exploring the possibilities for expansive learning in a work-simulation activity / Geoff Hayward and Suzanne Greenwald; Flexible learning in prison education / Angela Herbert; Competition, competence and conservation: a case study of strategic learning in the petrochemical industry / David Hodges; Epic and tragic tales: a case study of the management of change in a further education college / Michael Humphreys and Terry Hyland; Examining contemporary HRD: practitioners’ perspectives / Robyn Johnston; Capturing communities of judgment / Anne Jones; Foundation degrees / Urmi Joshi; Towards a conceptual scheme of motivation in work-based training centres / Rudolf Kern and Rainer Loidl-Keil; The industrial journeyman programme: the internationalisation of high skill VET in engineering between France and the United Kingdom / Hedley Malloch and Tom Redman; Skills needs of small and medium-sized enterprises: problems and prospects in the informal sector employment creation in Nigeria / Aminu Mamman and Derek Eldridge; A second chance with a fresh start / Susie Matthews; Public subsidy of private on-the-job training: policy lessons from California’s Employment Training Panel / Richard W. Moore … [et al.]; Training for micro-enterprise development in Indonesia / Richard W. Moore; Critical reflections on the development of a Foundation Degree / Arthur Morgan, Norah Jones and Karen Fitzgibbon; Learning from the master? A comparison of ‘modern apprenticeships’ in Britain and New Zealand / Gemma Piercy and Nicky Murray; Confidence and learning in post-compulsory vocational teacher education / Marie Norman and Terry Hyland; Two countries one system of vocational education? A comparison of the apprenticeship reform in the commercial sector in Switzerland and Germany / Matthias Pilz; Employability and workforce development: a policy and practice dilemma for higher education / Simon Roodhouse; Policy, practice and the construction of paraprofessional education and training in Victoria, Australia 1957-1966 / Peter Rushbrook; Towards an archaeology of skill: psychotechnics and labour in the early twentieth century / Peter Sanderson; Development of curricula for vocational training in electronics engineering at Technikum Wien / Fritz Schmoellebeck and Christian Kollmitzer; Who is guiding the learners’ journey?: the implications of using para-professional staff in vocational delivery & assessment / Gill Scott; Policy silos and red ochre men: an examination of a decade of adult literacy policy and program development in Australia / Jean Searle; Employment challenges for the over 50s in Europe / Jan Shepherd; A comparison of knowledge evaluation in assignments in two undergraduate courses: a BA in vocational education and a BA in social sciences / Rebecca Soden and Bob Pithers; The extent, nature and consequences of selection at the age of 16 in the English education system / Geoff Stanton; Differentiations of knowledge / John Stevenson; Towards constructive practice: lecturers’ workloads as a vehicle for continuing professional development / Angela Steward; Those who can, teach: deconstructing the teachers’ personal presence and impact in the classroom / Paul Street; A possible relationship between good clinical teachers and creativity in graduate medical education? / Martin Talbot; The enabling relationship: a study of the place of learner-centred mentoring in British graduate medical education: work in progress / Martin Talbot; The role of the personal tutor: differing perceptions of staff and students / Christine M. Taylor; Reconceptualising curriculum development for technical education programmes / J. P. Tegar and Anju Rawlley; Investigating occupational learning in the workplace through the use of video methodology / Harry Tolley … [ et al.]; Key skills, employability and apprenticeship / Sarah Vickerstaff.
The collected volumes of conference papers may be found at TD/TNC 76.451 and TD/TNC 76.452; selected individual papers are indexed from TD/TNC 76.453 to TD/TNC 76.480.[-] Show less
Published: London, England: Triangle Journals, 2003
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