LATHE Issue 4-1 (2010) 

The Scholarship of Work-based Learning 

                                                                                                                           (see also Issue 4-2)

Contents                                                                                                        


Editor 's Introduction

 

Articles                                                                                                            

 

Developing Work-integrated Learnng Curricula for the Creative Industries: embedding stakeholder perspectives

Christy Collis pp.3-19

Towards a Context-engaged Approach to Work-based Learning

Alison Felce pp.20-35

Reconciling 'Graduateness' and Work-based Learning

Anita Walsh & Ben Kotzee pp.36-50 

Towards a Model of Multi-organisational Work-based Learning: developmental networks as a mechanism for tacit knowledge transfer and exploration of professional identity

Gail Sanders pp.51-68

Building the Foundations of Professional Expertise: creating a dialectic between work and formal learning

Mark Fenton-O'Creevy & Steven Hutchinson pp.69-92

 

Case Studies

 

Work-based Projects: learning about project management

Mohson Khan pp.93-95

Unlocking the Potential of the ePortfolio for Work-based Learning

Alan Howe & Andrea Collins pp.96-99

The Use of Action Learning Strategies for Co-operative Education or Work-integrated Learning Projects

Jenny Fleming & Lesley Ferkins pp.100-103

Groupwork in Practice: a work-based learning approach

Paula Nottingham & Nick Pronger pp.104-107

The Importance of an Effective Partnership between the Employer and Institution in Successful Foundation Degrees

Fleur Corfield pp.108-111

Taking Work Experience to the Curriculum

Laura Dean pp.112-114

Work-related Learning and Co-curricular Activities

Joy Perkins, Katja Christie & Bryan Snelling pp.115-118

 

Book Reviews

 

Anoush Margaryan - Work-based Learning: a blend of pedagogy and technology

Reviewed by Jane Kettle pp.119-122

Joseph A. Raelin - Work-based Learning: bridging knowledge and action in the workplace 

Reviewed by Frances Cambrook pp.123-126

 

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