Journal of Vocational Education and Training: fifth annual conference, University of Greenwich, London, 16-18 July 2003 [Vol. 1].

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Journal of Vocational Education and Training (JVET)
University of Greenwich. Royal Naval College

Abstract:

The theme of the fifth annual international JVET conference was ‘researching policy and practice in vocational education and training’. The papers are: Teachers of vocational specialisms in further education: their perceptions of NVQs as preparation for employment / Bill Bailey, Shirley Larkin and Jocelyn Robson; Biography, values and identity: becoming a lecturer in further education / Anne-Marie Bathmaker, James Avis and Alex Kendall; Assessment in VET in Australia: does research matter? / Robin Booth; Assessment and learning in vocational education and training: a missing link / David Boud; From franchise network to consortium: the evolution and operation of a new kind of further and higher education partnership / Freda Bridge, Roy Fisher and Keith Webb; Thoughtful and strategic practitioner research in Australian VET / Mike Brown and David Hodges; World visions and projects of secondary level skilled workers / Suzana Burnier; Teacher training for VET: a German-Scottish comparison / Roy Canning and Thomas Deissinger; An industry-led VET system: where to from here? / Clive Chappell; Changing pedagogies of the new vocationalism / Clive Chappell and Nicky Solomon; Bridging the digital divide / Hatice Choli; Venture creation: a unique learnership model for sustainable self employment in Southern Africa / Terry Davies; Will Cinderella get to the ball? barriers and opportunities for modern languages in Scottish further education / Hannah Doughty; Placement and adding value to the academic performance of undergraduates: reconfiguring the architecture: an empirical investigation / John Duignan; The values base for individuals’ responses to professional ethical dilemmas / Nigel Duncan; Moving the Skills for Life agenda forward: a HEI perspective on current PCET teacher training initiatives within basic skills / Linda Eastwood and Alison Gorf; Learning chances: using company work biographies to analyse individual and collective learning expectations in times of rapid change / Rob Evans; Expansive learning environments: integrating personal and organisational development / Alison Fuller and Lorna Unwin; Vocational education in the context of globalization and technological change in Kerala, India / Chinnappan Gasper; How can a national program of VET research produce information that is timely, relevant and useful to policy makers? / Jennifer Gibb; Getting off the ground? Can Modern Apprenticeships provide a coherent progression route into amenity horticulture? / Carmel Gibbons; The UK workforce in the 21st century: how can the Skills for Business network help employers fulfil future skill demands? / Lesley Giles and Carol Stanfield; Skills, standards and specifications: trainee teachers learn to teach adult basic skills / Karen Gomoluch; Bridging academic and vocational education: the Swiss berufsmatura (maturite professionnelle) as a reform project / Philipp Gonon; Current theories of workplace learning: a critical assessment / Paul Hager; Career decision making and new deal clients: whose choice is it? / Dave Hall and Ava Lefton; Re-engaging 14-16 year olds at school through work-related learning / David Hall; Co-producing knowledge: negotiating the political / Kerry Harman … [et al.]; Seductive texts: communities of practice ‘at work’ / Kerry Harman; Effective learning environments: perspectives of apprentices and trainees in the automotive and hospitality industries in Australia / Roger Harris and Michele Simons.

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.

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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: Teachers of vocational specialisms in further education: their perceptions of NVQs as preparation for employment / Bill Bailey, Shirley Larkin and Jocelyn Robson; Biography, values and identity: becoming a lecturer in further education / Anne-Marie Bathmaker, James Avis and Alex Kendall; Assessment in VET in Australia: does research matter? / Robin Booth; Assessment and learning in vocational education and training: a missing link / ...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Policy; Governance; Providers of education and training; Teaching and learning; Management

Keywords: VET in schools; Educational policy; Educators; Education and training reform; Teachers; Educational practice; Planning of education and training

Published: London, England: Triangle Journals, 2003

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Conference name: Journal of Vocational Education and Training (JVET) International Conference

Number: 5th

Date: 2003

Place: London, England

Resource type: Conference

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TD/TNC 76.451



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