Putting more practice into communities of practice

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Author: Young, Susan; Mitchell, John


The paper is based on the evaluation of a sample of communities of practice formed with funding from Reframing the Future in 2002. The paper provides three good practice examples from the 2002 communities that were effective in identifying, reflecting upon and improving their practice, such as their ideas, tools and work styles. This reflection on practice was particularly apparent in the following ways: the participants’ examination of their assessment and delivery strategies, their focus on improving their collaboration with their peers and their expressed desire to improve their...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Vocational education and training; Communities of practice; Providers of education and training; Evaluation; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Vocational teachers; Program evaluation; Educational practice

Published: [Nowra, New South Wales?]: AVETRA, 2003

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Pages: 11 p

Conference number: 6th

Date: 2003

Place: Sydney, New South Wales

Statement of responsibility: John Mitchell and Susan Young

Resource type: Conference

Document number: TD/TNC 73.643

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