The use of disaggregated curriculum and credit frameworks as a means of incremental engagement of employees in higher level development.

Braham, Jeff and Minton, Ann and Myciunka, Michael and White, Tracey (2009) The use of disaggregated curriculum and credit frameworks as a means of incremental engagement of employees in higher level development. In: Work-based Learning Futures III, April 2009, Derby.

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Abstract

This paper considers the development of a range of Foundation Degrees and their consequent disaggregation to provide bit sized, just in time chunks of learning for employers.

Additional Information:Conference organised by the University of Derby and Middlesex University
Keywords:Disaggregating the curriculum, Work-based Learning, Foundation Degrees, Employer Engagement, Credit Frameworks
Subjects:X Education > X900 Others in Education
Divisions:Lincoln International Business School
ID Code:22390
Deposited On:26 Feb 2016 10:31

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