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Corporate author:Griffith University. Faculty of Education. Centre for Learning Research
The papers included in this volume explore the inter-relationships among concepts such as being, doing, thinking, history, culture and learning, investigating ways of improving related practice and policy in post compulsory education and training and presenting various aspects of learning and the role of learning within different cultures, with an emphasis on post compulsory education and training. Volume two contains the following papers: International comparison research methodology / Kisilu M. Kitainge; Promoting technical and vocational education and training (TVET) for all: issues,... [+] Show more
The papers included in this volume explore the inter-relationships among concepts such as being, doing, thinking, history, culture and learning, investigating ways of improving related practice and policy in post compulsory education and training and presenting various aspects of learning and the role of learning within different cultures, with an emphasis on post compulsory education and training. Volume two contains the following papers: International comparison research methodology / Kisilu M. Kitainge; Promoting technical and vocational education and training (TVET) for all: issues, concerns and prospects with particular reference to developing countries / Rupert Maclean; Paradigm breaking and heutagogy: an RMIT training and education solution / Fiona Martin, John Pittman and Malcolm King; How do I know the world? / Alison McConnell-Imbriotis; An analysis of policy impacting on TAFE Queensland: a question of emphasis / Greg McMillan, Neil Cranston and Lisa C. Ehrich; Identity formation in ‘suburban badlands’: media discourses, identity resources and social capital building in disadvantaged communities / Pat Millar; Transfer of roles and students between VET and higher education / Gavin Moodie; Lifelong learning for societies in transition: lessons from Africa / Frederick Muyia Nafukho; Sleeping with the enemy: strategic partnerships with unlikely others as a means to foster post-compulsory learning, cultural development and the generation of new knowledge / Glenda Nalder; Looking back: a case of learning in Malaysia / Hema Sarmila TS Nathen; Problems and tensions in learning assistance services arising from different understandings of the activity / Deborah Peach; Individualism, collectivism and social dialogue in national training systems: a reflection / Richard Pickersgill; Intelligent learning environments: motives, strategies and learning agency / Hitendra Pillay, John A. Clarke and Peter G. Taylor; A study of Chinese and Australian further and higher education leaders / Bob Pithers; Impact of ‘ward culture’ on new graduates in a large hospital / Sheryl Ramsay and Anne Pisarski; Knowing and doing: some strategies for teaching post-modern aesthetics to Generation Y learners in the visual arts/graphic design / Elizabeth Ruinard; Knowing Clio: VET history and the meditation of truth / Peter Rushbrook and Richard Pickersgill; Academic literacies in education: an analysis of literacy requirements for first-year study in higher education / Jean Searle and Karin Behrens; Meeting social needs: education for designers of streed furniture / Kin Wai Michael Siu; A marsupial HRD?: the emergence of learning and development / Andy Smith; Young people’s employability: whose responsibility? / Erica Smith; Valuing the process: towards a two dimensional conceptualisation of RPL assessment / Larry Smith; How enterprises engage with nationally recognised training / Erica Smith … [et al.].
Co-emergent bodies and place in workplace learning / Margaret Somerville; Memorable activity: learning from experience / John Stevenson; The place of technology in improving RHD supervision / John Stevenson and Charlie McKavanagh; Effectiveness of an intervention for building knowledge links / John Stevenson and Irena Yashin-Shaw; Can I phone a friend?: an investigation of some of the difficulties faced by adults with low level literacy skills in their everyday lives / Debra Symes and Jean Searle; Investigating the consequences of sustained involvement in new learning environments / Peter G. Taylor, Hitendra Pillay and John A. Clarke; Moment of the first encounter / Helen Tyzack; Making the transition to university: do IELTS scores matter? / Miriam Weisz and Angela Nicolettou; Thinking, talking, writing through blogging / Jane Wentworth; Theorising the individual in an activity system / Leesa Wheelahan; Second-chance education in the Australian VET system / Susanne Wood; The emergence of the millennial: intergenerational differences in contemporary workplace numeracy / Robyn Zevenbergen.
Volumes of papers are indexed at TD/TNC 90.162 and TD/TNC 90.163. Selected individual papers are indexed from TD/TNC 90.164 to TD/TNC 90.211.[-] Show less
Published: Brisbane, Queensland: Australian Academic Press, 2004
Physical description: viii, 280 p.
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