A transcultural dance: Enriching work-based learning facilitation
AffiliationUniversity of Chester ; Deakin University Australia
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AbstractThis book chapter discusses what it might mean being an international work-based learner, the vibrant array of different perspectives work-based learners offer, a pedagogic model for work-based learning contexts, strategies for integrating diverse examples and cases which connect to and validate diverse experiences and prior knowledge, and accommodate diverse work-based learner needs, and strategies which enable and sustain a learning environment across cultural boundaries conducive to work-based learning success.
CitationWall, T. & Tran, L. T. (2015). A transcultural dance: Enriching work-based learning facilitation In R. Helyer, & A. Minton (Eds.), Facilitating work-based learning: A handbook for tutors (pp.227-246). Harlow, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.
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