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Investigating the One-on-One Master-Apprentice Relationship: A Case Study in Traditional Craft Apprenticeship

  title={Investigating the One-on-One Master-Apprentice Relationship: A Case Study in Traditional Craft Apprenticeship},
  author={Isaac Wade Calvert},
Investigating the One-on-One Master-Apprentice Relationship: A Case Study in Traditional Craft Apprenticeship Isaac W. Calvert Department of Instructional Psychology and Technology, BYU Doctor of Philosophy Governments around the world are calling for a revival of apprenticeship on a large scale, emphasizing the value of the one-on-one, human interaction between master and apprentice and the teaching involved in that interaction. Although a broader historical view of apprenticeship shares these… 

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