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1 Guided learning at work

  title={1 Guided learning at work},
  author={Stephen Billett},
This paper reports and discusses the findings of an investigation that examined the efficacy of guided learning in the workplace. The investigation comprised the trialing of guided learning strategies and an analysis of the learning occurring in five workplaces over a period of six months. The guided learning strategies selected for investigation were: (i) questioning dialogues; (ii) the use of diagrams and; (iii) analogies, within an approach to workplace learning emphasising (iv) modelling… 

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