In work for work- seamless integration of academic learning and practical application.

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Monteiro, Sylila
Sharma, Rashika
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2014-11
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New Zealand
construction education
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experiential learning
Work Integrated Learning (WIL)
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Monteiro, S., and Sharma, R. (2014, Nov, 5th - 7th). In work for work- seamless integration of academic learning and practical application.. Paper presented at 2014 InstSISWorld/IAABR Manila International Multidisciplinary Academic Conferences, Manila.
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Work Integrated Learning (WIL) * a holistic approach to inculcate lifelong competencies into the curriculum * workplace is a platform for practical application of acquired theoretical knowledge * intangible soft skills outside the classroom situation * in-depth tripartite interaction between teacher, learner and the more knowledgeable other (MKO) from industry * the workplace becomes a learning space
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