+612 9045 4394
Developing Vocational Expertise : Principles and issues in vocational education - John Stevenson

Developing Vocational Expertise

Principles and issues in vocational education

Unfortunately this eBook is only available from within Australia.

    Good For
  • IOS and Android Devices (Booktopia Reader app)
  • PC & Mac (Adobe Digital Editions)
  • Kobo / Sony / eReaders
    Not supported
  • Amazon Kindle
  • Windows Smart Phones
  • Adobe Overdrive
  • Adobe Reader
  • Scanned pages
  • Resizeable Text
  • Flowing Text
  • Reproducing or Printing Pages

Other Available Formats (Hide)

An ambitious book with a number of excellent chapters. It will stand out in the broad field of vocational education and training for its strong basis in the research literature...Professor Michael Young, London Institute of Education..Developing Vocational Expertise offers a systematic foundation for vocational education and training. Drawing on current research, it provides a theoretical basis for teachers and trainers to develop instructional strategies...The contributors emphasise the importance of considering learning in context. They examine the core areas of literacy, numeracy, information literacy, problem-solving and creativity, as well as newer areas of instruction: flexible learning and guided learning...Each chapter takes a structured approach to developing core sets of knowledge and skills for work. Within each area of expertise, recent theoretical and research developments are outlined, and the implications for curriculum development, teaching and learning are explained. Teachers and trainers are encouraged to select an appropriate combination of approaches to suit the particular needs of their students and circumstances...Developing Vocational Expertise is an essential resource for students in vocational and occupational education, and will also interest technical and further education teachers and industry trainers.

PART 1: VOCATIONAL EXPERTISE AND ITS DEVELOPMENT..1. Expertise for the Workplace ..By John Stevenson..2. Vocational Teaching and Learning in context ..By John Stevenson..PART 2: DEVELOPING EXPERTISE FOR KEY PURSUITS..3. Developing Literacy ..By Jean Searle ..4. Developing Numeracy ..By Clive Kanes..5. Developing Information Literacy ..By Fred Beven..6. Developing Problem-solving Skills ..By Howard Middleton..7. Developing Creativity ..By Irena Yashin-Shaw..8. Working Values ..By John Stevenson..PART 3: EMERGING CHALLENGES IN INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY..9. Stategies for Developing Flexible Learning..By Clive Kanes..10. Guiding Vocational Learning ..By Stephen Billett..11. Integrating Approaches to Developing Vocat

ISBN: 9781741151398
ISBN-10: 1741151392
Format: PDF
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 1st April 2003
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Edition Number: 1