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GOOD PRACTICE REPORT: Work-integrated learning
This good practice report, commissioned by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC), provides a summative evaluation of useful outcomes and good practices from ALTC projects and
Feedback on learning achievement: rhetoric and reality
Assessment theorists and academics alike espouse the importance of feedback on performance assessment tasks for supporting improvement and progress in student learning achievement. Despite these
Work-integrated Learning Programmes: Management and Educational Quality
The focus of this paper is the pursuit of quality outcomes in work placements and mutual benefit for its stakeholders, namely universities, professional associations, industry and students. In
Work Integrated Learning: A Guide to Effective Practice
Acknowledgements The Authors Introduction 1. The New Higher Education Enterprise 2. A Conceptual Framework For Work Integrated Learning 3. Working To Learn, Learning To Work 4. Teaching In Work
Leading and managing learning and teaching in higher education
This paper outlines the findings of a study that examined the conceptions of academics regarding the nature of ‘leading’ and ‘managing’ learning and teaching in six Australian universities. These
Strategies for effective dissemination of the outcomes of teaching and learning projects
This paper describes an empirical study that addresses the question of how higher education institutions can disseminate effectively the outcomes of projects that seek to achieve large-scale change
Strategies for Effective Dissemination of Project Outcomes: A report for the Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education.
Unravelling the complex relationship between ideas and innovations, their dissemination and their recontextualisation within and between the different levels of society, government or the higher
University and Community Engagement: Towards a Partnership Based on Deliberate Reciprocity
This chapter considers quality of university-community engagement as a significant factor in educating the deliberate professional. Partnerships between universities and community organisations are
Wise Practice for Teaching
  • J. Orrell
  • Psychology
    Practice Wisdom
  • 24 May 2019
Assessing Work Integrated Learning
At UNSW, WIL is defined as the integration of theory with the practice of work within a purposefully designed curriculum, and a work environment is provided in partnership with an organisation for the practical application of learning.