Journal of Vocational Education and Training: fifth annual conference, University of Greenwich, London, 16-18 July 2003 [Vol. 2].
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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
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: ... [+] Show more
Published: London, England: Triangle Journals, 2003
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