1st Edition

Multiple Dimensions of Teaching and Learning for Occupational Practice

By

Sai Loo




ISBN 9781138585713
Published December 17, 2018 by Routledge
248 Pages

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Book Description

Multiple Dimensions of Teaching and Learning for Occupational Practice offers a collection of international perspectives on work-related education and training at further/Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), higher and professional levels. The book provides a new area of study of occupational education with tripartite dimensions concerning learning, teaching and working.

Providing space for further research and implementation possibilities, the book offers comprehensive multidisciplinary and multi-level perspectives, giving extensive coverage of the structure and focus of these types of programmes concerning geographical locations and academic levels, and also drawing on perspectives from national, institutional and individual interactions. Topics of investigations include apprenticeships, education of occupational teachers, training of workers and entrepreneurs, and working of physicians.

Multiple Dimensions of Teaching and Learning for Occupational Practice will be vital reading for academics in education, educationalists in the related areas of clinical practices, sports and culture-related industries, researchers, policymakers, government officials and those from socio-development change agencies.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1

Researching occupational practice

SAI LOO

Chapter 2

Ausbildungsberufe’ – a necessary and complex ingredient of the ‘Dual’ apprenticeship frameworks

LORENZ LASSNIGG

Chapter 3

Occupational preparation for manual work: fitter/machinists and concrete operators

ERICA SMITH

Chapter 4

Perspectives of beginning trades tutors on teaching and learning

SELENA CHAN

Chapter 5

A typology of occupational teachers’ capacities across the three academic levels

SAI LOO

Chapter 6

Education and training in human movement programmes: stakeholder perspectives

SALLEE CALDWELL AND MELINDA HALL

Chapter 7

Educating work-ready youth workers: designing a university program for Australian and international contexts

JENNIFER BROOKER

Chapter 8

Learning to become an entrepreneur in unfavourable conditions: the case of new-entrants in the context of the Greek debt-crisis

KONSTANTINOS KARANASIOS AND THOMAS LANS

Chapter 9

Professionalism and affective learning for new prison officers: learning values, attitudes and behaviours in training at the Scottish Prison Service

KATRINA MORRISON

Chapter 10

The journey from healthcare assistant to assistant practitioner: working and learning

CLAIRE THURGATE

Chapter 11

Understanding and appraising medical students’ learning through clinical experiences: participatory practices at work

STEPHEN BILLETT AND LINDA SWEET

Chapter 12

Learning decision making in Emergency Medicine

DUNCAN THOMAS CARMICHAEL

Chapter 13

Reflections on the occupational practice

SAI LOO

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Biography

Sai Loo is an academic at the UCL Institute of Education, University College London, United Kingdom.

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Reviews

"This research monograph presents the concept of "ocupational practice" as a possible common denominator across different educational levels and systems, academic disciplines and countries. The total of 13 contributions were written by highly esteemed international researchers from various disciplines and countries. The guiding principle of the volume is to capture TVET, professional and higher education not over the divide, but through what they share in common, which is the connection of teaching, learning and working. This approach does not aim to negate differences, but to condense what is expressed in multiple dimensions of teaching and learning for an occupational practice. The approach of "occupational education", based on this concept, could become a central leitmotif that can bridge the educational world to the world of work across disciplines, levels, systems and countries. Such a boundary object is missing so far. I welcome and appreciate this comprehensive and comparative approach because it asks the fundamental question - what is the pattern that connects? I can confirm what the editor notes: This research monograph is suitable to open the ground for a possible new area of education."

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Michael Gessler, Chair of Vocational and Professional Education and Training, University of Bremen, Institute Technology and Education (ITB), Germany.