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Learning Through Practice

Models, Traditions, Orientations and Approaches.
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Titel: Learning Through Practice

ISBN: 9400732457
EAN: 9789400732452
Models, Traditions, Orientations and Approaches.
Auflage 2010.
XX, 288 p.
Paperback.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Stephen Billett
Springer Netherlands

5. September 2012 - kartoniert - 308 Seiten

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Practice-based learning-the kind of education that comes from experiencing real work in real situations-has always been a prerequisite to qualification in professions such as medicine. However, there is growing interest in how practice-based models of learning can assist the initial preparation for and further development of skills for a wider range of occupations. Rather than being seen as a tool of first-time training, it is now viewed as a potentially important facet of professional development and life-long learning. This book provides perspectives on practice-based learning from a range of disciplines and fields of work. The collection here draws on a wide spectrum of perspectives to illustrate as well as to critically appraise approaches to practice-based learning. The book's two sections first explore the conceptual foundations of learning through practice, and then provide detailed examples of its implementation.

Long-standing practice-based approaches to learning have been used in many professions and trades. Indeed, admission to the trades and major professions (e.g. medicine, law, accountancy) can only be realised after completing extended periods of practice in authentic practice settings. However, the growing contemporary interest in using practice-based learning in more extensive contexts has arisen from concerns about the direct employability of graduates and the increasing focus on occupation-specific courses in both vocations and higher education. It is an especially urgent issue in an era of critical skill shortages, rapidly transforming work requirements and an aging workforce combined with a looming shortage of new workforce entrants. We must better understand how existing models of practice-based learning are enacted in order to identify how they can be applied to different kinds of employment and workplaces. The contributions to this volume explore ways in which learning through practice can be conceptualised, enacted, and appraised through an analysis of the traditions, purposes, and processes that support this learning-including curriculum models and pedagogic practices.
Series Foreword
Series Editors' Foreword
Contents
Contributors
1. Learning through Practice
1.1 Learning through Practice
1.2 Emerging and Growing Interest in Learning through Practice
1.3 Approaches to and Models of Learning through Practice
1.4 Section One: Conceptual Premises of Learning through Practice
1.5 Section Two: Instances of Practice
2. Learning in Praxis, Learning for Praxis
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Praxis and Theory
2.2.1 A Historical Perspective
2.2.2 A Phenomenological Perspective
2.3 Learning at/for Work: A Case from Fish Culture
2.4 Coda
3. Knowledge, Working Practices, and Learning
3.1 My Perspective on Knowledge
3.2 Learning Trajectories
3.3 The Construction of Professional Practices in the Workplace
3.4 How do People Learn at Work?
3.5 Transfer of Knowledge Between Contexts
3.6 Factors Affecting Learning at Work
3.7 The Role of the Manager in Supporting Learning
4. The Practices of Learning through Occupations
4.1 Learning for and through Practice
4.2 Historical Conceptions of Learning through Practice and their Worth
4.3 Participatory Practice: A Conception of Learning through Practice
4.4 Individuals' Engagement, Agency, and Subjectivity
Invitational Qualities
4.5 Intersubjectivity, Appropriation, and Extending Knowledge
4.6 Participation and Learning
5. Objectual Practice and Learning in Professional Work
5.1 Professional Work and Learning
5.2 New Contexts for Professional Work
5.3 Object-related Learning
5.4 The Study
5.5 Dynamics of Objectual Practice in Computer Engineering
5.5.1 Interplay between Explorative and Confirmative Practice
5.5.2 Linking Practitioners with Wider Knowledge Communities
5.5.3 Mediating Participation along Multiple Timescales
5.5.4 Facilitating Reflexive Learning
5.6 Concluding Remarks
6. Learning through and about Practice: A Lifeworld Perspective
6.1 A Need to Reexamine Learning through Practice
6.2 Historical Development of Lifeworld Perspective
6.3 Ways of Being in Workplace Contexts
6.4 Learning Ways of Being in Higher Education Contexts
6.5 Learning from a Lifeworld Perspective: Developing Ways of Being
7. Conceptualising Professional Identification as Flexibility, Stability and Ambivalence
7.1. Learning and Professional Identification as Life Politics
7.1.1 Flexibility - Stability - Ambivalence
7.2 Empirical Data
7.3 Becoming an Engineer or a Physician
7.3.1 Becoming an Engineer
7.3.2 Becoming a Physician
7.4 Being an Engineer or a Physician
7.4.1 Identification as a Flexible Strategy or a Permanent State
7.4.2 Engineer - Confined to Workplace, Occupation, and Hours
7.4.3 Physician - Profession Associated with Personality
7.5 Flexibility, Stability, and Ambivalence in Practice
7.6 Work, Life Politics, and Sustainable Life
7.6.1 Lifelong Qualification as Exclusion
7.6.2 Learning and Professional Identification as Life Politics
7.7 Concluding Remarks
8. Developing Vocational Practice and Social Capital in Jewellery
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Workplace and Practice-based Learning
8.3 The Development of Work Placement Scheme in the Jewellery Industry
8.4 The Development of Vocational Practice in the Jewellery Industry
8.5 Practice-based Learning: Epistemic and Pedagogic Issues
8.6 Conclusion
9. Guidance as an Interactional Accomplishment Practice-based Learning within the Swiss VET System
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Apprenticeship in the Swiss VET System
9.3 Researching Vocational Learning and Language-in-Interaction
9.4 An Interactional Approach to Guidance in the Workplace
9.4.1 Spontaneous Guidance
9.4.2 Requested Guidance
9.4.3 Distributed Guidance
9.4.4 Denied Guidance
9.5 Concluding Remarks and Practical Implications
10. Cooperative Education: Integrating Classroom and Workplace Learning
10.1 Cooperative Education as a Model of Practice-based Learning
10.2 The Development of Cooperative Education
10.3 The Organisational Milieu of Cooperative Education
10.4 Theorising Learning in Cooperative Education
10.5 Integrating Classroom and Workplace Learning
10.6 The Real Value of Cooperative Education
11. Individual Learning Paths of Employees in the Context of Social Networks
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Viewing the Organisation as a Network of Actors
11.3 Learning-Relevant Experiences Gained from the Work Network
11.3.1 How Actors Organise Work: A Cycle
11.3.2 Four Ideal Types of Work Process
11.3.3 Three Dimensions in Work-Network Structures
11.4 Learning-Relevant Experiences Gained in the Learning Network
11.4.1 Actors Organise Learning Networks: A Cycle
11.4.2 Actors Create Learning Programmes
11.4.3 Four Ideal Types of Learning Network
11.4.4 The Importance of Actors' Action Theories
11.5 How do Employees create their Individual Learning Paths?
11.6 Learning, Networks, Structure, and Agency
12. Apprenticeships: What happens in On-the-Job Training (OJT)?
12.1 Apprenticeship and Learning
12.1.1 Institutional History of Apprenticeship Programmes in the US
12.2 Methodology of this Study
12.3 The Physical Context of the Classroom as compared to the Field
12.4 On the Job: The Worksite itself as Resource for Learning
12.5 On the Job: Tools and Equipment as Resources for Learning
12.6 Learning Through Interaction without Master-Apprentice Relationships
12.7 Learning and the 'Bottom Line'
12.8 What can go Wrong
12.9 Apprenticeship Learning as Reproduction of the Economic Viability
12.10 Conclusion
13. Interactive Research as a Strategy for Practice-based Learninge
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Towards a Model of Competence Development
13.3 Cultural Context of Teachers' Learning and Professional Growth
13.4 Interactive Research
13.5 The Interactive Processes - The 'Quality Case'
13.5.1 Local Schools' Collective Competence Development
13.6 The Practice-based Model
13.6.1 Identifying Practice
13.6.2 Reflective Transformation
13.6.3 Joint Construction and Institutionalisation of Tools
13.6.4 Professional Growth and Remaking of Practice
14. The Relationship between Coach and Coachees
14.1 Coaching
14.1.1 The Coaching Relationship
14.2 Coachees' Accounts of the Coaching Relationship
14.3 Conclusion: Crucial Aspects of an Effective Coaching Relationship
15. The Development of Airline Pilot Skills through Simulated Practice
15.1 Pilot Training
15.2 Early Flight and Pilot Training
15.3 Pilot Education in the Jet Age
15.4 Influences on Major Aviation Training
15.4.1 Crew Resource Management and Nontechnical Skills
15.4.2 Technology
15.4.3 Simulation
15.5 Pilot Training into the Future
15.6 Practice-based Learning in Aviation
From the reviews: "Aim of this book is to provide an overview of how learning through practice can be conceptionalised, enacted and appraised. ... Those who have tended to focus on teacher education as an example of workplace learning will find wide range of contexts discussed here to be stimulating." (Michael Hammond, Teacher Development, October, 2011)
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