Putting the 'integrated' in work-integrated learning
Coll, Richard K, Eames, Chris, Paku, Levinia, Lay, Mark, Ayling, Diana, Hodges, Dave, Ram, Shiu, Bhat, Ravi, Fleming, Jenny, Ferkins, Lesley, Wiersma, Cindy and Martin, Andrew 2008, Putting the 'integrated' in work-integrated learning, in World Association of Co-operative Education Asia Pacific 2008 Conference : Work Integrated Learning (WIL): Transforming Futures, Practice…Pedagogy…Partnerships, Australian Collaborative Education Network, Penrith South, N.S.W., pp. 101-107.
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World Association of Co-operative Education Asia Pacific 2008 Conference : Work Integrated Learning (WIL): Transforming Futures, Practice…Pedagogy…Partnerships
World Association of Co-operative Education Asia Pacific Conference
Australian Collaborative Education Network
Place of publication
Penrith South, N.S.W.
A key aspect of work-integrated learning (WIL) is the notion that it entails the integration of knowledge and skills gained in the educational institution and in the workplace. WIL educators are interested in what way students take what they learn on campus into the workplace; and conversely how what they learn in the workplace becomes related to, or incorporated into, the next phase of learning when the student returns to the campus after completing a work placement Here we report on a major national study of the pedagogical approaches used in New Zealand WIL programs in terms of integration of student knowledge, and consider what impact these might have on student learning.
Field of Research
150399 Business and Management not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective
970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
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