Work-Integrated Learning Case Studies in Teacher Education: Epistemic Reflexivity

Matthew Winslade, Tony Loughland, Michelle Eady

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Abstract

This book focuses on the emerging area of partner-driven work-integrated learning inclusive of university or industry stakeholder development, and the integration of these two major stakeholders. It explores the significant interrelationship between university and school needs in this area of research. It uses a cross-institutional approach and focuses on local communities that educational providers interact with, to highlight and discuss the issues identified in various case studies. By doing so, this book aims to create a community of practice that explores work-integrated learning from an integrated stakeholder perspective, and develops a working model to extend existing understanding in this area through integrating the ideas explored in the various chapters.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationSingapore
PublisherSpringer
Number of pages403
ISBN (Electronic)9789811965326
ISBN (Print)9789811965319
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023

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