Optimising learning in the workplace
Choy, Sarojni C. (2009) Optimising learning in the workplace. Quest (Canberra City).
There are three bodies of research that suggest ways in which learning in the workplace can be optimised. The first is evident in the emergent literature endorsing the need to include workplace pedagogies as useful epistemological tools for learners. It is now widely recognised that the workplace provides various pedagogies that facilitate and support learning.
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|Deposited On:||20 Oct 2009 11:41|
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