This book takes up the debate about matching vocational education with the labour market and shows progress in terms of theoretical models, tools (transformation and matching processes), and learning environments. The solutions, showing up the need for core or key skills, the necessity of embedding learning skills in authentic and guided learning environments, shows a perspective of research and developmen-tal work to be tested in schools and in workplaces, to find better curricula for a better skilling.
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 1999|
|Product dimensions:||6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.02(d)|
Table of ContentsList of Figures. List of Tables. List of Contributors. 1. Bridging the Skills Gap: The Search for Powerful Skills, Tools and Techniques; J. Brands, W.J. Nijhof. Part 1: Skill Formation. 2. Scenarios of Work, Technology and Education for the Post-2000 Period; G. Heidegger. 3. A Sociological Framework for Analysing Labour-Market Influences on Education; D. Raffe. 4. The Role of Labour Market Programmes in Skill Formation: The Case of Sweden; P.-E. Ellström. Part 2: Matching Methods and Experiences. 5. Linking School to Work: Methods for Developing Occupational and Training Profiles; J. Brandsma. 6. Bringing the Professional Back in; B. Hövels. 7. Towards a Method for the Formulation of Key Qualifications and Core Problems; S. van Zolingen, et al. Part 3: Learning Skills and Curricula. 8. Inserting Transferable Skills Into the Vocational Curriculum; W.J. Nijhof. 9. Integrated Learning of Complex Qualifications; U. Laur-Ernst. 10. Increasing Complexity in Vocational Education; L. Nieuwenhuis, R. Mulder. 11. The Acquisition of Broad Occupational Competence in Vocational Education; J. Onstenk, T. Moerkamp. 12. Introducing Integrating Management: The Need for New Performance Requirements; J. Streumer, A. Feteris. Index.