The International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning has published new articles:

  • Monde Kazeni, Carmel McNaught: Using group discussion and reflection for developing student teacher autonomy
  • Zahra Babadi Akashe, Ahmad Reza Nasr Esfahani, Mohammad Reza Nili, Seyed Mohammad Sadegh Tabatabaei: Investigating the desirable assessment methods of the performance of the BA Law students during internships
  • Desiree Scholtz: Assessing workplace-based learning
  • Steffen Wild, Simone Alvarez: Cooperative education in the higher education system and Big Five personality traits in Germany
  • Kathryn Hay: What is quality work-integrated learning? Social work tertiary educator perspectives
  • Ros Sambell, Amanda Devine, Johnny Lo, Tanya Lawlis: Work-integrated learning builds student identification of employability skills: Utilizing a food literacy education strategy

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Karsten Zegwaard
International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning