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Experiential learning around the world.
Untertitel/Zusätze:
Employability and the global economy.
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London [u.a.]
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1853027367
 
9781853027369
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Experiential Learning Around the World demonstrates that, with increased economic globalization, the way societies value non-traditional learning is changing. The assessment of adult and experiential learning (known as APEL) is bringing about significant shifts in post-secondary educational institutions which are becoming more responsive to the employment, social and domestic circumstances of individuals.

This comprehensive study explores the chronological and geographical expansion of APEL around the world. The authors describe and compare initiatives in their own countries, and their effectiveness at the levels of government, educational institutions, and employment. They highlight APEL's essential role in the adaptation of higher education to the competitive global market.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Acknowledgements
Foreword
List of Abbreviations

1. AP(E)L: Why? Where? How?; Setting the International Scene
Norman Evans, Goldsmiths' College London University.

2. Recognizing Learning Outside of Schools in the United States of America
Morris Keeton, University College, University of Maryland. 3. AP(E)L: The English Story, Norman Evans

4. Canada: The Story of Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR), Deborah Blower, Red River College of Applied Arts, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
5. France: the Accreditation of Experiential Learning in Higher Education.
Michel Feutrie, University of Sciences and Technologies, Lille.

6. Scotland: The Story of the Assessment of Prior Experiential Learning.
Norman Sharp, Quality Assurance Agency, Scottish Office, Fiona Reeve and Ruth Whittaker, Caledonian University, Glasgow.

7. The Republic of Ireland: The Story of the Assessment of Prior Experiental Learning
Denis McGrath, National Council for Education Award, Dublin.

8. The Recognition of Prior Learning in Australia: an Ambivalent Relationship with the Academy, Competence Based Education and the Market
Rick Flowers and Geoff Hawke, University of Technology, Sydney.

9. Recognition of Prior Learning: The Promise and Reality for New Zealand
Phil Ker, Mary Melrose and Maureen Reid, Auckland Institute of Technology.

10. Learning Assessment in South Africa
Alan Ralphs, Joint Education Trust, Yunis Balim, University of Witzwatersrand, Johannesburg and Rahmat Omar, South African Institute for Distance Education.

11. 2000 Plus?
Norman Evans.

The Contributors
Subject Index
Name Index