Inspired vocational learning: can integrated learning opportunities make a difference?

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Author: Bowtell, Kerrie


[This] project explores the learning experiences of four individuals in a disadvantaged community. The aim is to understand how they value different forms of learning - informal, non-formal and formal - and investigates the value of integrated approaches to learning in disadvantaged communities.

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Subjects: Vocational education and training; Teaching and learning; Disadvantaged; Demographics; Culture and society; Outcomes; Indigenous people

Keywords: Community; Outcomes of education and training; Informal learning; Nonformal learning; Formal learning; Experiential learning; Attitude; Regional

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia

Published: Adelaide, South Australia: NCVER, 2014

Physical description: 28 p.

On cover: NCVER Building Researcher Capacity Community of Practice Scholarship Program 2012 participant
This paper has been produced as part of NCVER's building researcher capacity initiative, which is funded under the National Vocational Education and Training Research (NVETR) Program. The NVETR Program is coordinated and managed by NCVER on behalf of the Australian Government and state and territory governments. Funding is provided through the Department of Industry.

Resource type: Occasional paper

Call number: TD/TNC 115.13

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