AffiliationUniversity of Chester ; Deakin University Australia
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AbstractThis book chapter discusses key success factors for work-based learning students across cultures. the importance of learning another way to think, write and act to be a successful work-based learning student in a multi-cultural context, how to build a personal learning network and wider environment, ways to continually improve your academic performance through self-reflection and self-leadership, and methods for planning and managing cultural factors when designing and implementing work-based learning projects.
CitationWall, T. & Tran, L. Y. (2015). Learning to be an international work-based learner. In R. Helyer (Ed.),The work-based learning student handbook. (2nd ed, pp205-226). Harlow, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.
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