Learning practical workplace-based judgement through using cognitive apprenticeship and occupational identity formation models

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Author: Chan, Selena

Abstract:

This paper provides examples from applied research studies of apprentices learning baking and welding towards utilizing connections between conceptualizing of vocational identity formation and appropriate methods of feedback supported by the cognitive apprenticeship model. Learning to become trade workers requires consolidation and application of 'judgement'. Aspects of learning judgement may be enhanced by receiving and acting on appropriate feedback.

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Subjects: Employment; Workforce development; Apprenticeship; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Occupation; Occupational structure; Workplace learning; Apprentice; Learning process

Geographic subjects: New Zealand; Oceania

Published: Beijing, China: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, 2011

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Book Title: Assuring the acquisition of expertise: apprenticeship in the modern economy / edited by Zhiqun Zhao, Felix Rauner, Ursel Hauschildt.

Pages: pp.137-140

Conference name: International Network on Innovative Apprenticeship International Conference

Number: 4th

Date: 2011

Place: Beijing, China

ISBN: 9787513508155

Resource type: Book chapter

Peer reviewed: Yes

Call Number:
TD/TNC 110.920



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