Month: September 2016
Research on design principles for hybrid learning configurations published.
Source: Cremers, P.H.M., Wals, A.E.J., Wesselink, R., & Mulder, M. (2016). Design principles for hybrid learning configurations at the interface between school and workplace. Learning Environments Research, (19)3, pp. 309–334.
Research published on the learning potential of regional learning arrangements (RLEs). Evidence shows that the following design principles are influencing boundary crossing by RLEs: working in multidisciplinary student groups, working intensively with multiple stakeholders, and a high coaching intensity. Continue reading The learning potential of regional learning environments
Springer has announced the publishing of the edited volume ‘Competence-based Vocational and Professional Education. Bridging the Worlds of Work and Education’. It will appear at the end of October this year. A total of 50 chapters written by over 85 authors. I hope the book will help students, researchers and policy experts to get an overview of this field. Continue reading Competence-based Vocational and Professional Education announced
Worku Tuffa Birru successfully defended his thesis ‘Competence Modelling for Export Performance Improvement in Ethiopia’ and received his PhD from Wageningen University. Examiners were Professors Onno Omta, Michael Gessler, Susanne Weber and Ruerd Ruben. Co-promotors were Dr Thomas Lans and Dr Piety Runhaar.