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...based learning has seen various researches and one of the areas has touched on the learning process. As such, the research on teaching methods have focussed on how the brain functions is enabling the students to learn new concepts and skills over a given period and exposure (Connell, 2005). For example, the concept of neuroplasticity, an area researched under the brain-based learning, shows that there exists neural connections in a brain that are capable of remapping and reorganizing themselves the moment a person is exposed to new things to learn or new experiences (Jensen, 2005). It has also been found that the learning process of a person is dependent... As earlier mentioned, the topic of brain-based...
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Problem-based Learning (PBL)
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...based Learning (PBL) Problem-based Learning (PBL) Introduction Problem based learning is a centered learning process where students learn about a particular subject on the basis of their problem solving experiences rather than theoretical concepts. As Oldenburg and Hung (2010) define, “problem based learning is a method that involves small groups of individuals who work together on a task representative of real life phenomena”. The authors add that this student-centered pedagogy is based on the concept that students must be actively engaged in their own learning process. Although this concept was initially used by the medical school of thought, today it is widely employed in the field... ? Problem-based...
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Work-based Learning
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...based learning: driving the higher education curriculum forwards Introduction Education in the modern world of globalisation has undergone massive changes and there have been several reforms in the field of health education have been caused by the process of work-based learning. Globalisation, the process by which the new industrial and financial transnational corporations dominate the international economic system, involves more than just the growth of large companies, the removal of restrictions on the movement of capital and investment, and the freedom of trade in all goods and services including intellectual property. The nature of work in the contemporary globalised world is rapidly... Work-based...
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Brain based learning
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...based Learning s 2 April Brain-based Learning 0 Background Information Brain-based learning entails the teaching methods and school programs that depend on scientific research regarding how the human brain learns. This method puts into consideration factors such as the cognitive development aspects that encompass different learning patterns in students that result from age, growth and social, emotional and cognitive maturity. Brain-based learning largely relies on the belief that learning in students can be improved through the use of the science of learning as opposed to the reliance on existing conventions and assumptions. As such, various researches have been conducted over the years... Brain-based...
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Classroom-based Learning Experience
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...based Learning Experience One of the best room-based learning experiences that I have gained over a period of time has included my understanding when I was taught the subjects with the facilitation of the Internet technology. It allowed me to learn how well I was able to strengthen my basis and find out the nuances regarding my study domains. This best learning experience has been the cornerstone of my learning over the years and I cherish the moment when I was able to muster enough confidence to seek new details and information regarding such a technological changeover. The worst classroom-based learning experience has been in the form of my ability to differentiate between what I... ID Lecturer...
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Problem based learning activity
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...Based Learning Activity al Affiliation: Problem Based Learning Activity In the past, I thought education wasoffered in schools through the management of the ministry of education. I believed that the ministry of education performed roles such as changing curricula, managing school buildings, careful choosing of teachers, and other tasks that benefit the students. However, after taking the Professional Staff Development and Evaluation class with other teammates, I have realized that this is not the case. They are various critical areas in schools and educational institutes that need special care. During the meetings with the fellow team members, we discussed schools found in the Lamar area... Problem...
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Enquiry Based Learning
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...based learning (EBL) is widely applied in universities and other high education institutes in many parts of the world. It has wide applications in medicine, geography, engineering, and English. In EBL students have the opportunity to control their learning to get what they need. In EBL the student takes the front role in acquisition of knowledge and is self-directed facilitating deeper learning and experience out of the lecture halls. Enquiry based learning can be of varying forms in different disciplines. However, whatever format an EBL can take the concept remains the same. In general enquiry based learning avoids the spoon feeding kind of teaching experienced during lectures... Introduction Enquiry...
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Work Based Learning
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...Based Learning: Ethics and Performance An Analysis Introduction With an increase in the phenomenon known as globalization and the wide use of technology as a complementary feature, human society has changed and the needs have increased manifold. Changes in the political, economical and cultural arena have challenged and effected alterations within various professions. The autonomy of professions and work based expectations has been under challenge because the market has tried to decrease it so to reduce their power and status. Also, trust has been replaced by target setting accountability as client-professional interactions have been limited in order for services and companies' profits... to...
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...Based Learning Part Introduction Investment banking has become one of the most important financial activities which can be categorized into core and non-core investment banking. Core investment banking has taken transformation right from underwriting security issuance like Initial Public Offering (IPO), secondary offerings, brokerage and mergers and acquisition facilities (HSBC, 2013e). One of the major aspects of investment banking would be the traditional methods of corporate finance which would include raising funds in the capital markets (ICICI Direct, 2013a).A large portion of the investment banking includes the buying and selling of financial products (ICICI Direct, 2013c). The sales... Work Based...
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Work based learning
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...Based Learning Part Introduction Investment banking has become one of the most important financial activities which can be categorized into core and non-core investment banking. Core investment banking has taken transformation right from underwriting security issuance like Initial Public Offering (IPO), secondary offerings, brokerage and mergers and acquisition facilities (HSBC, 2013e). One of the major aspects of investment banking would be the traditional methods of corporate finance which would include raising funds in the capital markets (ICICI Direct, 2013a).A large portion of the investment banking includes the buying and selling of financial products (ICICI Direct, 2013c). The sales... ?Work Based ...
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Practice based learning
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...Based Learning Practice Based Learning A Reflective Account of Practice Based Learning Starbucks is a U.S. coffee retailer industry which is situated in around fifty different countries in the world which focuses on quality as being the main area of concern when selling it to other companies. All the coffee we drink nearly originates from the south of the globe, majorly East Africa. In East Africa, excluding the country Kenya, coffee is made by owners possessing a small area of land (an acre or two). Tasks Carried Out By Ethiopian Farmers: The initial tasks of all the functional activities that are involved in the making of coffee are carried out by the Ethiopian farmers. In Ethiopia... ? Practice Based...
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Computer Based Learning
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...Based Learning (CBL Computer Assisted Assessment (CAA) gives unfair advantages to certain groups of learners [Writer's Name] [Institution's Name] Discuss the view that Computer Based Learning (CBL) / Computer Assisted Assessment (CAA) gives unfair advantages to certain groups of learners Introduction Technology has become an integral part of the educational setting since its debut in the early 1980s. Its use in the classroom has been met with mixed results. Teachers and researchers in the education field have been given the responsibility of infusing technology into their curriculum. Although many... Running Head: CBL/CAA GIVES UNFAIR ADVANTAGES TO CERTAIN LEARNERS Discuss the view that Computer...
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Work based learning
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...BASED LEARNING Work Based Learning Outline of my Organization that I Work For Two yearsago, I made an application to become a metropolitan volunteer, one of the schemes in London that is known to aid and improve the Metropolitan Police Services in their law enforcement activities. I have worked with the organization for two years with my duties volunteering at the front desk of my local police station. Moreover, I am also a police cadet staff on behalf of Volunteer police cadets in my local borough (PSR. 2012, p. 1). The police duty is very demanding in, that every time, one is busy (SAGE, 2012 p. 75). Imagine a police officer extinguishing an emergency fire in the 50th floor of a building... WORK BASED...
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Work based learning 2
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...based learning Introduction It is often said that the learning occurs during childhood and may last until the death of a person. Within my work placement, I work in a public nursery school, with children in the range of 1 – 6. My duty is to help and assist them to do stuff that are needed for their studies, physical and intellectual development. Children with different abilities, attitudes and intellectual levels are present in my nursery school. Individual care is necessary for each child, since the needs of the children are extremely different. My role or responsibility in this nursery school is to assist the children with special needs for their physical and mental developments... ? Case Study: Work...
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Work based learning 2
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...based learning Introduction It is often said that the learning occurs during childhood and may last until the death of a person. Within my work placement, I work in a public nursery school, with children in the range of 1 – 6. My duty is to help and assist them to do stuff that are needed for their studies, physical and intellectual development. Children with different abilities, attitudes and intellectual levels are present in my nursery school. Individual care is necessary for each child, since the needs of the children are extremely different. My role or responsibility in this nursery school is to assist the children with special needs for their physical and mental developments... Case Study: Work...
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Impacts of Inquiry-Based Learning
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...Based Learning Inserts Inserts Grade Inserts Inquiry-Based Learning with a Focus on Technology-Enhanced Education Abstract This research defines inquiry-based learning as an inductive pedagogy that helps in improving communication skills, problem solving, critical thinking and creativity. Critical thinking, communication and information processing skills, and inductive reasoning are vital processes in effective decision making processes and problem solving. Additionally, this research has explored on inquiry-based learning as an effective and popular learning strategy, which has been effectively used as an instructional strategy in learning institutions. The research explored... Impacts of...
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Models for Web Based Learning
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...Based Learning Introduction Web based learning is called by different people with different s. It is eLearning or distance learning or web based learning. It takes up different shapes as well. In some cases, web based learning is used to enhance the normal learning process. In certain others, it is the course delivery itself. Learning happens either as a self study or Directed study with experienced learners. Web based learning is best suited for such learning exercises. Secondly, there are also learning sessions that happen through instructor-led, live, real-time learning processes (Robert H Jackson, 15 Jul 2006). Thirdly, web based learning also helps in small group collaboration... Models for Web...
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Simulation Based Learning in Nursing
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...based learning for crisis team training in nursing Introduction Simulation is an important solution to the challenges of patient safety.The benefits include enhanced and more effective professional education and with reduced safety risks for actual patients. Hands on experimental learning will put the patient in a higher risk. Using the simulation is the new way to refine and develop the nursing skills. Mckeesport is now using simulation to enhance their training in the medical field. This will give chance to crisis team to further develop their management without putting their patient at risk. Simulation is a new technology wherein you can practice your skills and knowledge... on a...
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Constructivism and Problem Based Learning
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...Based Approaches in Education Introduction The two fundamental types of teaching, about various subjects, across different fields are 1) Constructivism and 2) Problem based approach. The former method is more conventional in nature and focuses on lectures, on different aspects of the topic being taught. However, the problem-based technique mainly concerns about, analyzing a practical problem in a field. Clark, R., Krischner, P., & Sweller, J. (2012). Putting Students on the Path to Learning. American Educator , 6-11 A study mentioned above, concludes that problem based approach could be effective, in teaching management and other similar fields. However... -446 This study argues, that...
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Commercial Work - Work Based Learning
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...Based Learning Commercial Work - Work Based Learning Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Procurement and Acquisition Management Processes 3 Understanding procurement process 4 Contracts and Competitive Market 6 Issues of Customer/Supplier Relationship 11 Contract as Corporate Fragmentation 13 Conclusion 14 Reference: 15 Introduction ‘Contract’ might stand for a legally legitimate agreement between two or more parties, which can be executed by means of court action. ‘Contract’ may also mean any form of agreement, explicit or implicit, between two or more parties, which contains promises unilateral or reciprocal ones but nothing more... politicians on the one hand and the...
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Assessment Based Learning Goals
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...based assessment affiliation 04 December room based assessment is very effective in as far as teaching and learning for English Language Learners among students are concerned. Brantley (2007) posits to the effect that teachers are able to gather enormous information about each student in the classroom through verbal interactions, checklists, observations, work samples, formal assessments as well as interaction. This process helps the teachers to gain knowledge about what the students want not what they want to teach their students. This also helps to create mutual understanding between the teacher and the student and the teacher is in a better position to design... the lesson in such a way...
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Problem Based Learning in Medical Education
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...Based Learning in Medical Education Problem Based Education has gained popularity in the medical sciences with the advent of technological reforms, the researchers and learning associates finds it more suitable to conducted problem based exercises, so as to improve theoretical and practical approach of medical students. Problem Based Learning is efficient and effective mode of conveying the medical education in rational, comprehensive programs, the newly introduced technique has several advantages over traditional methods of teaching. The modified version of learning that emphasis more on problem solving has certain objectives attached to it, firstly the technique desires further motivation... Problem...
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Best practice review - work based learning
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...BASED LEARNING INTRODUCTION Recognizing the importance of learning for development and has led to the origination of large number of methodologies. The single objective working behind development of leanings methodologies has been to improving the level of effectiveness (Kolb, 1984). Among various methodologies introduced for the purpose, Work Based Learning is most recognized and accepted one. As the name signifies Work Based Learning refers to the learning that predominantly takes place through work (Garnett, 2001). Learning in work place maintains focus on job. Work based learning is being associated with on job training, skill development and experiential learning... ?BEST PRACTICE REVIEW- WORK BASED ...
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Work-based learning (at a Law ftrm)
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...Based Learning Report and Portfolio No: Work Based Learning Report and PortfolioWhat is Work Based Learning? Work based learning as an important part of organizational progress is understood by many organizations today and they are looking forward to have better employees to start working with them after gaining learning experience. Work based learning merits intending candidates to maintain a set of evidence that demonstrates that a professional can meet the standard requirement of learning outcome. They are assisted by seniors who called upon intermittently during the WBL period. Work based learning is categorized as an important phase in the transition of students from educational work... ? Work Based ...
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Brain-Based learning theory strategies for ADHD
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...Based Learning Theory Strategies for ADHD By Introduction A study of data collected from US national health household surveys from 2004-2006, demonstrated that 14% of children between the ages of 6 and 17 suffered from Attention Hyper-activity Disorder (ADHD) (Pastor & Reuben, 2008). Globally, ADHD ranges from between 4% and 12% among children between the ages of 6 and 12 (Brown, Freeman, Perrin, et al., 2001). ADHD has been associated with learning disabilities and emotional disorders suggesting that children suffering from ADHD have difficulties adjusting in social and academic environments (Brown, et al., 2001). It has therefore been...
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Brain-Based Learning Theory Strategies for ADHD
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...Based Learning Theory Strategies for ADHD By Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is regarded as a brain-based disorder that impairs the executive order functioning of the brain. The symptoms of ADHD are associated with learning disabilities and as such, brain-based learning theory strategies have been considered for effectively teaching individuals with ADHD. This research study conducts a qualitative analysis using a phenomenological approach in the investigation and exploration of brain-based learning theory strategies for learners with ADHD. In this regard educators with experience using brain-based learning theory strategies are interviewed in semi-structured, in-depth... Brain-Based...
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WORK BASED LEARNING / PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
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...BASED LEARNING PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN By Lecturer: of Affiliation: and WORK BASED LEARNING/ PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN (Plan Timeline-Next 12-18 Months) ACTION PLAN Learning Targets One: The learning target includes to develop effective communication and learning skills/competences vital for the successful role as a Spanish assistant in a high school. Listening enables one to communicate with other effectively; thus minimising social conflicts that are likely to occur in the learning institution. Performance Indicator/Critical Analysis The criteria used involves monitoring the progress of students especially their communication skills in order to determine in case they are capable... ?T542 WORK BASED...
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Mentorship and work based learning and assessment
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...Based Learning and Assessment Introduction: NMC has well-conceived standards to support learning and assessment in practice. As per these standards, these learning and assessment processes, although designed to train the new entrants, applying the principles of learning theory, have important outcomes for mentors, practice teachers, and teachers (Nursing and Midwifery Council, 2004). This usually assumes the form of a developmental framework, and the development occurs in stages. In this framework, students on NMC approved pre-registration midwifery education programme would enable them after the programme, to be qualified to be registered as practicing midwives (Nursing... in this framework...
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Community Based Learning (CBL) Final Paper
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...Based Learning Management is very essential in improving an organization’s productivity. Management in an organization is the main ‘engine’ coordinating the people’s effort to accomplish set goals and objectives by use of available resources effectively and efficiently. Management involves organizing, controlling, staffing, planning, and leading or directing an organization to attain a specific goal. Resourcing is also very crucial for an organization since most of the activities will not take place minus resourcing efforts. Resourcing is all about manipulation and deployment of financial resources, natural resources, technological resources and human resources. Management is also a social... Community...
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Mathematics Project Based & Game Based Learning vs. Traditional Repetition Learning
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...Based and Game Based Learning vs. Traditional Repetition Learning William Bilbrey Contents Introduction /Significance of the Study 3 Introduction 3 Significance of the Study 3 Research Questions 7 Hypotheses 8 Procedure 8 Population/ Sample 9 Population 9 Sample 9 Research Design 9 Data Collection 9 Data Analysis 10 Findings 10 Conclusion 15 Recommendations 16 References 17 Introduction / Significance of the Study Introduction Project based approach puts mathematics in a meaningful context, where the students acquire knowledge through practice and not working out a group of items from the textbook (Boaler, 2001). Students develop intellectually when... ? Topic: Teaching Mathematics using Project Based...
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Brain-based Learning
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...learning takes place (Hardiman, 2003; Huitt, 2003). While the specifics of the schema-forming process are not yet known, research in language acquisition has shown that humans are genetically predisposed to process information in specific ways. Thus scientists have created several learning theories which attempt to better explain the specifics. One such prevailing theory is the levels of processing theory which says that "learners utilize different levels of elaboration as they process information. This is done on a continuum from perception... The brain is a vast hub of neural connections that pass information via electrical discharges. These pathways connect the various parts of our brainand make...
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Work based learning
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...based on ethics depend on two classical theories: teleology and deontology. According to the theory of teleology, an action is ethical if benefits it accrues for the organization are greater compared to its alternatives. This theory emphasizes on the consequences of actions, which should promote common good for the most... Public Relations at San Jiao Xiang Restaurant In this ideal world, public relations is seeking recognition today as the path towards gaining professional status hinges on its adherence to professional ethical standards. Organizations are demanding public relations research as the key instrument towards development of the organization’s strategy. Research in public relations research...
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PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING
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...based on the group work I had where the case study was a 36 year old woman who has psychosocial issues. Reflection In our group we had to discuss a trigger of a woman called Cheryl 36 year old mother of three. Cheryl came to the hospital and was admitted for acute abdominal pain which was a result of irritable bowel syndrome. Cheryl’s husband was sent to jail the previous year and Cheryl is stressed up. Cheryl’s children... GROUP WORK Introduction Group work is working together as a team to accomplish a goal. Group work involves group discussions which can prove difficult, challenging and cumbersome. On the other hand, group work can be fun and joyous. This paper is going to discuss a reflective essay...
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Using the skills of problem-based learning in healthcare
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...based Learning in Healthcare Introduction Problem-based learning in healthcare education no longer has a single universal definition. A great deal of misunderstanding as a result surrounds the interpretation and implementation of this educational philosophy in learning areas. Perceptions vary, and there is considerable difference in perspectives between conventional traditional education and problem-based education. In some institutes, the implementation of education occurs in some specific methods. In some cases, tutorial modes are acceptable as the formats of implementation of problem-based education. In that scenario, the tutors need not be experts in the areas... of...
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Evaluation report of NLA and Work Based Learning
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...Based Learning Table of Contents Introduction 3 Evaluation of the Negotiated Learning Agreement (NLA) 4 a) The Value of the Agreed Learning Outcomes 4 b) Changes Made During the Placement 5 c) Characteristics and Behaviour As Well As Aspects of the Situation in the Organisation and the Behaviour of Myself and Fellow Workers 6 Evaluation of Work-Based Learning 7 Review and Assess your Performance during your Placement 9 Clarification of Career Direction 10 Review and Assessment of Your Job Application Skills 12 Conclusion 13 References 15 Introduction Career plan acts as a fundamental determinant of successful professional growth and a prosper life. The professional... Evaluation report of NLA and Work...
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Work Based Learning Three( 3) (Employability, Enterprise and Entrprunership )
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...Based Learning Three (3) (Employability, Enterprise and Entrepreneurship) Table of Contents Introduction 3 Employability 4 Enterprise 7 Entrepreneurship 9 Conclusion 12 Appendix: Curriculum Vitae 16 Introduction The proposed study represents an action plan to conduct critical observation of a charity organisation, where I am engaged as a family support worker. It offers parenting programmes and other support activities to all the families within the reach of the organisation including those of disable children. As I could observe, maintaining integrity and truthfulness in the organizational process is quite essential for an entrepreneur to build a long-term sustainability in this particular... ?Work...
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Plan organize and deliver group based learning
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...based on Element 3 of the unit of competency CUECOR02C: Work with others. Your session plan template can be in any format; however, it must contain the following: 1. learning objectives which meet the needs of the learners 2. introduction, including... TAEDEL401A Assessment Activities Assessment Please refer to Pg23 of Learners Guide for Introduction to Assessment Case Study Your manager has asked you to prepare a training session for Felicity’s staff at the Town & City Cinemas. Your session will be based on the unit of competency CUECOR02C: Work with others. Using your knowledge of this client and the information provided this section of your guide, complete the following tasks: Task 1 Access the TGA...
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Business functions: Practice based learning patchwork
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...based and information-based modes are more... ?PART Starbucks purchases coffees from numerous regions around the world as mentioned in the transcript. It typically lies between around twenty-four and twenty-eight countries. It is probable to be higher as well as lower. What it hinges on is the quality that is supplied to the companies on a yearly basis. Nearly all the coffee that we drink originates from the global south. Most of the coffee in East Africa excluding Kenya is usually harvested by small-holders who own between an acre and two. During the entire circle of functional activities that are related to a cup of Starbucks’ coffee described in the transcript, Ethiopian famers carry out the initial...
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Case Study Work Based Learning
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...based company whose culture - and business and operating model - is inextricably based upon a strong ethical trading stance, is matter of importance for success of merger. Though L'Oreal and Body Shop belonged to the same business domains there was a large gap between their operating business philosophies. While Body Shop has been a champion of ethical business and ethical consumerism L'Oreal's track record in this field has... Case study: L'Oreal takeover Body Shop In last March world's leading cosmetics company L'Oreal has acquired Body Shop, a self-styled ethical retailerbased in Britain for about 652.0 million pounds or about 940.0 million euros. Body Shop was founded in 1976 by Anita Roddick and it...
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Analysis of the Effect of Problem-Based Learning on Critical Thinking Skills in Undergraduate Nursing Students
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...Based Learning on Critical Thinking Skills in Undergraduate Nursing Abstract Nursing trainers are required to develop effective pedagogical techniques which ensure critical thinking and clinical problem solving. This study helps in determining the effects of a problem based learning (PBL) on students’ ability to think critically. It provides a clear view of skills and disposition instilled in students through PBL. This study tackles on the effect PBL has on the ability of nursing student to solve problems. It is evident that PBL is an effective way to promote skills of critical thinking, cognitive maturity and self-confidence. These skills help in handling the great... Analysis of the Effect of...
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Commentary on Social media Applications for the Support of Collaborative and Community-Based Learning
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...Based Learning Submitted) ABSTRACT New pedagogical theories have brought about a change in the learning transaction, which now places emphasis on collaborative and group-based learning. This type of learning, based on constructivist theory, is thought to benefit the learner in several ways. Recent advances in technology have enabled the creation of virtual environments under which this type of learning can occur. Specifically, social media applications are currently being used to facilitate collaborative learning. Research and theory has shown social media to have numerous advantages for collaborative learning... ?A Commentary on Social Media Applications for the Support of Collaborative and...
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Group-based learning
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It explains the processes and principles that would be followed when planning, organizing, and delivering group based training. Leadership is a skill that is taught in attempts of developing leaders who are not only morally acceptable but also technically sound. In any work place, leadership skills are vital in facilitating the expansion and thriving of a company’s operations. This means that, organizational leaders who have leadership skills would be able to encourage work teams to work towards the set objectives thus improving the work place experience (TAEDEL401A, 2012). Additionally, leadership skills would stimulate a leader to transform the performance of an organization. It is a...
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Informal Learning in the workplace is a more significant, effective and superior form of learning to formal classroom-based learning. Critically discuss this statement
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...learning. This paper presents a critique of the statement that informal learning in the workplace is a more significant, effective and superior form of learning to formal classroom-based learning. It focuses the underlying principles of this kind of learning in organizations in relation to the likelihood of accomplishing productivity... and competitiveness. It highlights the strengths that give it an upper hand over formal learning in classrooms and the benefits that organizations derive from the adoption of informal learning in the workplace. Nevertheless, there are a few negative aspects of this type of workplace learning. These features...
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Critcal essay of work based learning, Title: To critically reflect GLP-1 Education programme of Tayside
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...based module. To direct my own learning process, I made use of a learning contract with my mentor and the Diabetes Specialist Dietician and prepared a learning program. Diabetic patients are increasing in number which incurs a lot of healthcare cost to the government. 1.2mg of Victoza taken daily is a cost effective way to treat Type-2 Diabetes. Victoza enhances insulin secretion and reduces glucagon secretion. Patients can take Victoza when the blood glucose becomes higher as measured by the HBAIC blood test, or when they have BMI greater than or equal to 35kg/m. Diabetic patients are referred to the nurses by the diabetes consultants for treatment... Summary I am a Diabetes Nurse appointed to deliver...
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Work Based Learning in the Creative and Cultural Industries
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...based on society and the expectations that are a part of this. One of the expectations that have grown because of culture and society is from the desires from disease and responses to the outside social responses that have occurred. Many organizations have changed the way that they look at different health care options as well as links that are a part of the work space. The perspectives that are taken from the swine flu, for instance, has created an alternative approach to what is expected in the work place as well as how individuals associate with each other in the internal environment. Cultural... Introduction There are several organizations and cultural areas that have placed new demands based...
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Work Based Learning in the Creative and Cultural Industries
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...based on prevention and treatment, has led to further questions about the attitudes toward this epidemic. It has been found that the swine flu outbreak is one that is not only based on health and prevention. Instead, the media has created a further epidemic through the amount of knowledge that they have received as well as through the hype that has been created around the flu. The limited evidence, knowledge and the idea of the risk where millions will die has created a different culture and attitude surrounding the swine flu. The influence... Today we will be investigating the reactions that are a part of the swine flu, specifically as it is related to the cultural and social affiliations of the...
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Work Based Learning in the Creative and Cultural Industries
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...based on complete and truthful information. Having this would allow the public to respond in the correct way and would create a difference in how culture, businesses and different arenas of life looked at the flu. However, there are also other angles that the media adds into the swine flu and different pieces of news. Instead of basing this on complete fact and information, there is a change in the information that is presented. Often, this comes... When examining the ideologies and expectations of the workplace, it can be seen that there are several expectations surrounding what the corporation decides to do and the decisions that are made. Corporate decisions, responses from employees and the...
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Human Resource Management , Problem Based Learning (PBL) exercise
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...based on ethics and professionalism. As a result, there are different ways of detecting the plausibility of surveys conducted in ethical and professional manners in that they do not carry any hint of manipulation to please any single party. Confidentiality is vital in ensuring that surveys have ethics and professionalism in them in that managers are not allowed to investigate which employees gave which suggestions as this is all in the spirit of good faith to develop the company further and all suggestions... ? PBL Exercise: Designing an ethical, professional, effective employee survey process at Jollibee Introduction Jollibee is a companythat is charged with the responsibility of service delivery in the ...
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What do you understand by the terms Interprofessional Education (IPE), Interprofessional Working (IPW) and Enquiry Based learning (EBL) Discuss the potential
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...Based learning (EBL)? Discuss the potential benefits and difficulties associated with them. Abstract Since last thirty years, the implementation of Interprofessional Education (IPE) has become more prevalent in order to promote alliance with social and health care by virtue of continual improvement of services as well as in bringing effectual dynamism and executing workforce strategies. This raises the expectation in relation to Interprofessional Working (IPW) by adding new aims with each following developmental framework, integrating various new queries unsupported by current contexts... What do you understand by the terms Interprofessional Education (IPE), Interprofessional Working (IPW) and Enquiry...
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Adaptive learning for ESL based on computation
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...based learning, individual have diverse learning needs. Therefore there is need for such students to be given considerations while teaching by not just following the fixed learning sequences and contents. The diversity that exist within and between classes calls for provision of learning content basing on preference and the background of the students in order to achieve maximum performance (Ya-huei & Hung-Chang , 2011). The article proposes a five step algorithm basing on learning motivation, cognitive style and learning style as the main factors that sets the difference in learning characteristic (Ya-huei & Hung-Chang , 2011). The article uses... ?Article Critique In English as a second language based...
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