An exploration of the pedagogies employed to integrate knowledge in work-integrated learning in New Zealand higher education institutions
Ram, Shiu; Coll, Richard K; Eames, Chris; Paku, Levinia; Lay, Mark; Ayling, Diana; Hodges, Dave; Bhat, Ravi; Fleming, Jenny; Ferkins, Dr Lesley; Wiersma, Cindy; Martin, Andrew
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Citation:Coll, R. K., Eames, C. , Paku, L., Lay, M.,Hodges,D., Bhatt, R., Ram, S., Ayling, D., Fleming, J. | Ferkins, L., Wiersma, C., Martin, A. (2009). An exploration of the pedagogies employed to integrate knowledge in work-integrated learning. The Journal of Cooperative Education and Internships
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Work-integrated learning or cooperative education is an educational strategy in which students undergo conventional academic learning at a higher educational institution and combine this learning with some time spent in a workplace relevant to their program of study and career aims (Groenewald, 2004). A key aspect of work-integrated learning is the notion that it entails the integration of knowledge and skills gained in the higher education institution and in the workplace. This has two features - the student takes what he or she has learned on-campus into the workplace when going on a work placement, and likewise what they learn in the workplace becomes related to, or incorporated into, the next phase of academic learning when the student returns to study after completing a work-placement.