Internal Knowledge Transfer: Professional Development Programmes and Embedding Real World Learning for Full-Time Undergraduates
AffiliationUniversity of Chester; Middlesex University
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AbstractPerrin, Hancock and Miller provide a discussion of the distinctive features of negotiated work-based learning frameworks that help capture and develop learning for part-time students who are professional practitioners. They demonstrate how approaches to teaching, learning and assessment established in these frameworks can also be leveraged for programmes aimed at full-time undergraduate students wishing to engage with ‘real world’ learning. In this way, full-time students are able to develop the type of professional practice outlooks and skills redolent of part-time students already in employment. The chapter includes two case studies of where this has occurred in UK universities and the methods that were used for this type of internal knowledge transfer.
CitationPerrin, D., Hancock, C., & Miller, R. (2020). Internal knowledge transfer: Professional development programmes and embedding real world learning for full-time undergraduates. In D. A. Morley, M. G. Jamil (Eds.) Applied Pedagogies for Higher Education (pp. 21-39). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.
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