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Transformational Learning in the Workplace
  • S. Choy
  • Psychology, Engineering
  • 1 January 2009
Although transformative learning theory remains one of the most influential theories in the field of adult education, studies on fostering transformative learning, particularly in groups and in theExpand
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Learning through work: emerging perspectives and new challenges
Purpose – This paper aims to consider and appraise current developments and emerging perspectives on learning in the circumstances of work, to propose how some of the challenges for securingExpand
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The changing role of staff development for teachers and trainers in vocational education and training
This study explored the changing role of staff development for vocational education and training (VET) teachers and trainers in Australian public and private registered training organisations.Expand
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Partnerships between universities and workplaces: some challenges for work-integrated learning
Under contemporary highly competitive markets, organisations are demanding that any investment in learning be converted into productive outcomes that rapidly progress the organisation towardsExpand
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Working relationally in and across practices. A cultural-historical approach to collaboration
The work of professionals involves learning that underpins the essence of change, yet relational aspects of professional work are generally underrated and undervalued, and remain invisible. This isExpand
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Engaging in continuing education and training: Learning preferences of worker-learners in the health and community services industry
Current tertiary education and training provisions are designed mainly to meet the learning needs of those preparing for entry into employment and specific occupations. Yet, changing work, new workExpand
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Evaluation of Web-Based Flexible Learning.
With both teachers and students having increased access to the web from home and from the workplace, there is a trend to extend technology-based learning. Furthermore, the web is seen as a means ofExpand
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University-industry partnership for pedagogy: some principles for practice
Industries demand a closer alignment of university learning curriculum to real work tasks to better meet the needs of organizations and learners. Both, industries and learners prefer the learningExpand
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Learner Expectations and Experiences: An Examination of Student Views of Support in Online Learning.
This report provides an outline and discussion of the support needs and services required for students to achieve successful outcomes while studying online. The findings of the report are based on aExpand
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Andragogy in Vocational Education and Training:Learners’ perspective
Knowles (1970) defined andragogy as the art and science of facilitating adult learning. The assumptions about how adults learn form the foundations of andragogy. Andragogy is most evident in theExpand
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