|What’s New About Work-Based|
|Wednesday, 23 May 2007|
What’s New About Work-Based
Learning? Innovation and Its Challenges
for Education Professionals and
Professionals who Educate
The WLE centre invites all interested in work-based and professional learning to participate in a dissemination seminar based on a selection of projects carried out in and through the Centre.
The seminar, chaired by Prof Karen Evans will provide an opportunity to hear about findings from three research and development activities, and to engage in discussion about implications for practice.This event is the second in a series presenting findings from research and development projects funded by the WLE Centre.Skip Basiel: Teaching and Learning Templates Project: Pedagogic Models and Online Tools
Neek Alyani: Learning to Innovate in Small and Medium-Sized Organisations: View from an Analytical PrismJudy Harris: “Putting Knowledge to Work" - Integrating Work-Based and Subject-Based Knowledge in Intermediate Level Qualifications
The speakers will present and discuss interim findings of their projects on aspects of innovation and development in work-based learning. In a concluding discussion, we will explore ways in which they can be used to inform policy and practice both within the Institute, and beyond in our associated organizations (employers, providers and professional bodies).