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International Handbook of Education for the Changing World of Work

International Handbook of Education for the Changing World of Work 
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Publisher  Springer
Publication year  2009
Language  en
Edition  1
Imprint  Springer Netherlands - Dordrecht
Page amount  3172 pages
Category  Education
Format  Ebook
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Table of contents

Part I. Overview

1. The Pedagogical Roots of Technical Learning and Thinking
Ron Hansen

2. A Conceptual Framework for Technical and Vocational Education and Training
Jay W. Rojewski

3. Towards Achieving TVET for All: The Role of the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training
Astrid Hollander, Naing Yee Mar

4. TVET Glossary: Some Key Terms
Jeanne MacKenzie, Rose-Anne Polvere

Part II. The Changing Context of Work and Education

5. Overview: Changing Economic Environment and Workplace Requirements: Implications for Re-Engineering TVET for Prosperity
France Boutin, Chris Chinien, Lars Moratis, Peter Baalen

6. The Right to a New Utopia: Adult Learning and the Changing World of Work in an Era of Global Capitalism
Budd L. Hall

7. Decent Work for All: From ILO Initiative to a Global Goal
Peter Poschen

8. Redefining Gender Roles in the Workforce
Karen F. Zuga

9. Anticipation of Skill Requirements: European Activities and Approaches1
Manfred Tessaring

10. Redefining the Status of Occupations
Walter R. Heinz

11. Changing Work, Work Practice: The Consequences for Vocational Education
Stephen Billett

12. Traditional and Transitional TVET Systems
Poonam Agrawal

13. Partnering to Meet the Needs of a Changing Workplace
LuAnn Hiniker, Robert A. Putnam

14. Bridging the Learning Divide: A Study into Adult Learning and Peer Mediation in the Workplace
David Johnson

15. Overview: Education and Training in the Informal Sector
Madhu Singh

16. Tinkering with the Tinker: Meeting Training Needs in the Informal Sector of Chad
Joshua A. Muskin

17. The Traditional Informal Apprenticeship System of West Africa as Preparation for Work
William Ahadzie

18. Initiatives to Link TVET to Self-Employment in Ghana
Robert Palmer

19. Criteria for Training Policy in the Informal Sector: Demands and Challenges in Latin America
Enrique Pieck

20. Informal Learning at Work: The Case of Working Children in Egypt
Laila Iskandar

21. Informal Learning and Work: From Genealogy and Definitions to Contemporary Methods and Findings
Peter H. Sawchuk

22. New Learning Spaces in TVET: The Contribution of Social Partnerships
Terri Seddon, Kathleen Fennessy, Kathleen Ferguson

23. Social and Cultural Aspects of Informal Sector Learning: Meeting the Goals of EFA
Madhu Singh

Part III. Education for the World of Work: National and Regional Perspectives

24. Overview: Changing National VET Systems through Reforms
David Atchoarena, Peter Grootings

25. Latin America’s Efforts in the Vocational Training of Young People from Poor Backgrounds
Claudia Jacinto

26. Accountability and Career Technical Education (CTE) Policy: A Brief Review of Six States of the United States
Joshua D. Hawley, Alexandra Montrichard

27. The Regional Perspective of Vocational Education and Training
Mike Coles, Tom Leney

28. Vocational Education, Training Reform and Regional Integration in the Middle East
Munther Wassef Masri

29. The Influence of Qualifications Frameworks on the Infrastructure of VET
Mike Coles, Patrick Werquin

30. Reforming Skills Development, Transforming the Nation: South African Vocational Education and Training Reforms, 1994–2005
Simon McGrath

31. Reform of Vocational Education in the Russian Federation
Olga Oleynikova, Anna Muravyeva

32. Vocational Education in the Netherlands: In Search of a New Identity
Jan Geurts, Frans Meijers

33. Facilitating Policy-Learning: Active Learning and the Reform of Education Systems in Transition Countries
Peter Grootings

34. Overview: Regional Reviews of TVET
Joshua D. Hawley

35. To Vocationalize or Not to Vocationalize? Perspectives on Current Trends and Issues on TVET in Africa
Moses O. Oketch

36. TVET in the Asian Region: Issues, Concerns and Prospects
P.P.G. Lionel Siriwardene, Muhammad Ashraf Qureshi

37. Transforming TVET Systems with the CPSC in the Asia and Pacific Region
Man-Gon Park

38. European Action Programmes for Lifelong Learning
Johanna Lasonen

39. VET in the Baltic States: Analysis of Commonalities and Differences of Reforms in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania
Frank Bünning, Berit Graubner

40. Education and Training Needs of Rural Communities: A Situational Analysis of Selected Villages in Fourteen Provinces of Fiji
Paula Cavu, Isimeli W. Tagicakiverata, Seveci Naisilisili, Viliame Rabici

41. Social Partnership in Vocational Education and Training in Lithuania: Challenges and Perspectives
Lina Kaminskienė

42. Integrating Education and Work: The Status of Vocational Education in Brazil
Lucília Regina Machado, Carlos Roberto Jamil Cury

43. China’s Higher Technical and Vocational Education: Development and Reform
Jing Mi, Aihua Wu

44. The Adoption and Adaptation of the Work-Team Concept in Urban Thai Workplaces
Chitrlada Burapharat

45. Globalization of the Labour Culture in the Republic of Korea: What ‘Tripartite Relations’ Mean for Workers
Phoebe Moore

46. Involvement of Labour-Market Partners in TVET in the Russian Federation
Olga Oleynikova

47. Strengthening TVET to Achieve Lifelong Learning for All: Historical Snapshots and Recent Initiatives in Myanmar
Naing Yee Mar

48. Technical and Vocational Education and Training and Rural Development
Lavinia Gasperini

49. An International TVET Programme Development by the International Baccalaureate Organization
Monique Conn

50. A Profile of TVET in the Asia and Pacific Region: A Survey of Progress, Innovations and Promising Practices
Chris Chinien, Elspeth McOmish, Mohan Perera, Alex Chinien

51. Overview: Vocational Education, Social Participation and Livelihoods in Post-Conflict Countries
David Johnson, Lyle Kane

52. From Assessment to Planning: Hope for TVET in Uganda
Bilal Barakat, Lyle Kane, Alex Inglis

53. Linking TVET to Economic Opportunities in Post-Conflict Liberia
Lyle Kane

54. Deepening the Divide: The Differential Impact of Protracted Conflict on TVET Versus Academic Education in Palestine
Bilal Barakat

55. Co-ordinated Programming for Skills Development and Livelihoods in Post-Conflict Societies: What Promise Does TVET Hold for Southern Sudan?
Zuki Karpinska

56. Vocational Training in Post-War Sierra Leone and Liberia
Andrew Benson Greene

57. TVET and Community Re-Integration: Exploring the Connections in Sierra Leone’s DDR Process
Julia Paulson

58. TVET, Women and Conflict: Palestinians in the Lebanese Civil War
Rachel Yarrow

Part IV. The Management of TVET Systems

59. Overview: Navigating the Policy Landscape: Education, Training and Work
Dennis R. Herschbach

60. Research for TVET Policy Development
Jon Lauglo

61. The Reform and Governance of Public TVET Institutions: Comparative Experiences
Keith Holmes

62. National Versus Regional Policy Dimensions of TVET
Peter Noonan

63. Planning for Education and Work: Alternatives and Issues
Dennis R. Herschbach

64. South African Technikons and Policy Contestation over Academic Drift
Andre Kraak

65. New Policy Actions and Government Roles: China’s Reconstruction of TVET Systems Since the 1980s
Deyu Sun, Jingwen Lu, Jun Li

66. Some Generic Issues in TVET Management
George Preddey

67. An Overview of Contemporary TVET Management Practice
George Preddey

68. Overview: Issues and Options in Financing Technical and Vocational Education and Training
David Atchoarena

69. Education, Skills, Sustainability and Growth: Complex Relations
Kenneth King

70. Financing Mechanisms and Instruments: A Conceptual and Operational Approach
Richard Walther

71. Financing Training Through Payroll Levies
Adrian Ziderman

72. Financing Vocational Education and Training in South Africa
Martin Gustafsson, Pundy Pillay

73. Voucher-Financed Training for Small Businesses
Félix Mitnik

74. Employers’ Participation in Training Finance: An Example from Brazil
Candido Alberto Gomes

75. Funding Lifelong Learning from a Life-Course Perspective
Barry J. Hake

76. Economic Perspectives on Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Australia
Gerald Burke, Christopher Selby Smith

Part V. Teacher Education for Vocational Education and Training

77. Overview: The Technical and Vocational Education and Training Profession
Stephen Billett

78. Professionalization of VET Teachers and Lecturers and Practices in TVET Institutions in an International Perspective
Philip Grollmann

79. Teachers, Instructors and Trainers: An Australian Focus
Erica Smith

80. TVET Teacher-Training Requirements in the Russian Federation
Vasiliy P. Kosyrev, Petr F. Kubrushko, Andrei N. Kouznetsov

81. TVET Teachers and Their Professionalization in China: A Problem Analysis
Zhiqun Zhao, Lianwei Lu

82. The Development of Training Modules for Instructors
Fred Beven

83. Literacy and Learning: Are TVET Professionals Facilitators of Learning or Deliverers of Knowledge and Skills?
Jean Searle

84. Vocational Education in the Private Sector in Brazil
Elenice Monteiro Leite, Marinilzes Moradillo Mello, Nacim Walter Chieco

85. TVET and Teacher-Training Curricula: A Developed National Perspective
Vasiliy P. Kosyrev, Petr F. Kubrushko, Andrei N. Kouznetsov

86. Vocational Qualifications: The Role of Trade Unions as Negotiation Fora
Antônio Almerico Biondi Lima, Fernando Augusto Moreira Lopes

87. Vocational Education and Development
Gaudêncio Frigotto, Maria Ciavatta, Marise N. Ramos

88. A Technical and Vocational Teacher-Training Curriculum
Bonaventure W. Kerre

89. Transforming Teachers’ Practice Through Action Learning
Stephen Billett

90. Professional Learning and TVET: Challenges and Perspectives for Teachers and Instructors
Christian Harteis

91. Industrial Attachments for Instructors in TVET Delivery
Sarojni Choy, Sandra Haukka

92. I Hate Left-Handers or Occupational Health and Safety Training
Richard Gagnon

93. The Bologna Declaration and Emerging Models of TVET Teacher Training in Germany
Frank Bünning, Alison Shilela

94. Standards for Occupation-Directed Professional Development of TVET Personnel in Developing Countries
Peter Gerds

95. Curriculum Research and Design as a Subject of TVET Teacher Training: Practice and Experiences from Two International Projects
Joachim Dittrich

Part VI. Education for Work: Research, Curriculum Development and Delivery

96. Overview: TVET Research
Felix Rauner

97. Methods of TVET Research
Felix Rauner

98. TVET Research as an Aid to Improved Policy and Performance in TVET
Christopher Selby Smith

99. Repositioning the Role of Research in the Innovation of TVET
Anneke Westerhuis

100. TVET Research as a Dimension of Innovation
Klaus Ruth

101. Modellversuchsforschung: Pilot Project Research in Germany
Peter Dehnbostel

102. TVET and R&D Evaluation: The Potential for Optimizing TVET
Ludger Deitmer, Lars Heinemann

103. TVET Research Organizations and Scientific Communities:1 Challenges to the Institutionalization of TVET Research
Wolfgang Wittig, Uwe Lauterbach, Philip Grollmann

104. Qualifications Research
Felix Rauner

105. Measuring Educational Quality in TVET
Robert D. Renaud

106. Overview: TVET Curriculum Development and Delivery
Felix Rauner

107. The Mutual Shaping of Work, Vocational Competence and Work-Process Knowledge
Nicholas Boreham, Martin Fischer

108. Situated Learning and Cognitive Apprenticeship
Michael Gessler

109. Curriculum Approaches and Participative Curriculum Development
Georg Spöttl

110. The Deskilling and Upskilling Debate
Ulrich Heisig

111. The Pedagogy of Apprenticeship
Uwe Lauterbach

112. Approaches to Designing TVET Curricula
Richard Huisinga

113. Collaborative Work-Related Learning and Technology-Enhanced Learning
Alan Brown, Jenny Bimrose, Sally-Anne Barnes

114. Action-Based TVET
Hans-Dieter Höpfner

115. Vocational Learning: Contributions of Workplaces and Educational Institutions
Stephen Billett

116. Work-Based Learning: An English Experience
James Avis

117. Language Mastery Development within TVET for Professional Mobility
Andrei N. Kouznetsov

118. Why do German Companies Invest in Apprenticeship?
Klaus Schaack

119. Workplace Learning: Metacognitive Strategies for Learning in the Knowledge Economy
Hugh Munby, Nancy L. Hutchinson, Peter Chin

120. Literacy, Design and Technology: New Contexts for Learning and Skills Development in South Africa
David Johnson

121. The Education Gospel and Vocationalism in an International Perspective: The Promises and the Limits of Formal Schooling
W. Norton Grubb, Marvin Lazerson

122. The Vocationalization of Secondary Education: The Relationships between Vocational and Technology Education
Margarita Pavlova

123. Valuing Experience as well as Knowledge in Schools
Ron Hansen

124. Overview: The Growing Role of ICTs in Education and Training
Maja Zarini, David N. Wilson, Naing Yee Mar, Tapio Varis

125. The Pedagogical Framework for On-Line Learning
Shyamal Majumdar

126. A Short Method for Building Web-Based Teaching and Learning Systems: the CPSC Experience
Myong Hee Kim, Man-Gon Park

127. ICT Application in TVET
Boris Kotsik, Natalia Tokareva, France Boutin, Chris Chinien

128. Technology and Leadership in the Fourth Wave of Environmental Changes with Ubiquitous Technology
Man-Gon Park

129. Knowledge Workforce Development for Computer-Supported Collaborative Work Environments
Man-Gon Park, Myong Hee Kim

130. The Role of ICTs and TVET in Rural Development and Poverty Alleviation
Chiranjib Kumar Basu, Shyamal Majumdar

131. Switched on: International Approaches to Skills Development through ICTs
Maja Zarini

132. VOCED: The International Research Database on Vocational Education and Training
Miriam Saunders, Radhika Naidu

133. What are the Limits of ICTs and Media in the Delivery of TVET? An Australian Focus
Peter Kearns

134. Education System Profile: South Africa
Tracey Wallace

135. Integrating TVET with Open and Distance Learning: Taking Skills Training to the Doorstep
Vinay Swarup Mehrotra, Avant Kumar Sacheti

136. Distance Education: The State of the Art in Career and Technical Education
Christopher J. Zirkle

Part VII. Learning for Life and Work: Bridging Academic and Vocational Education

137. Overview: Participation in Formal Programmes of Learning and Skills Development
Natalia Matveeva, Joachim Lapp

138. Access to TVET for All: An Essential Basis for Education for All
Phillip Hughes

139. The Challenges of TVET Global Monitoring
Manuel Cardoso

140. Making Global Classifications of Types and Levels of TVET
Andy Green, Moses O. Oketch, John Preston

141. Trends and Issues in TVET across the Globe
Moses O. Oketch, Andy Green, John Preston

142. Statistical Overview of TVET across Educational Levels
Manuel Cardoso

143. The Ethics of TVET Policy and Practice: Issues of Access and Quality
Richard G. Bagnall

144. Special Needs Education and TVET: The Perspective from the United States
Michael W. Harvey

145. Overview: TVET for Youth
Karen Plane

146. Skills Shortages, Over-Education and Unemployed Youth: An International Dilemma
Kenneth Gray, Sang Hoon Bae

147. New Directions for High-School Career and Technical Education in the United States
Richard L. Lynch

148. Occupations in Demand/Youth Employment
Antoaneta Voikova

149. Pathways and Transitions from School to Work: Australian Experiences
Annette Gough

150. School/Workplace Partnerships: A Case Study of Four Vocational Studies Programmes1
Marcelle Hardy, Louise Ménard

151. Vocationalized Secondary Education
Jon Lauglo

152. Vocational Guidance and Career Counselling in the European Union: Origins and Recent Trends
Frederic. J. Company

153. ‘White-Collar’ Work or a ‘Technical’ Career? The Ambitions of Fiji Final-Year School Students
Pam Nilan, Paula Cavu, Isimeli W. Tagicakiverata, Emily Hazelman

154. 14–16 Year Olds Taking Vocational Courses in English Colleges: A Dumping Ground for the Disengaged or a Real Alternative?
Norman Lucas

155. Reconciling the Competing Policy Platforms in TVET? Promulgating ‘the 6Es Plus Education’ for Youth through Social Partnerships
Karen Plane

156. Overview: TVET in an Ageing Society1
Tom Karmel, Rupert Maclean

157. Policy Framework on the Retraining for Reskilling of Older Workers through Specialized TVET Programmes1
Theodora Josue, Tesoro Gayondato, Myong Hee Kim

158. Reskilling for All? The Changing Role of TVET in the Ageing Societies of Developing Countriesprotectendnote{First published in Karmel, T.; Maclean, R., eds. 2007. Technical and vocational education and training in an ageing society: expert meeting proceedings. Adelaide, Australia: NCVER.}
Margarita Pavlova, Rupert Maclean

159. The Changing Context of TVET for the Workforce in India
Jagmohan Singh Rajput

160. The Reform of the TVET System in the Republic of Korea for an Ageing Society
Hong-Geun Chang

161. Will We Run Out of Young Men? Implications of the Ageing of the Population for the Trades in Australia
Tom Karmel, Koon Ong

162. The Ageing Labour Force and the Retraining of Workers in the Republic of Korea1
Jihee Choi

163. Technical Entrepreneurship Development for the Aged1
Man-Gon Park, Suresh Kumar Dhameja

164. The Ageing TVET Workforce in Australia: Issues and Challenges^1
Hugh Guthrie, Phil Loveder

165. Working and Lifelong Learning among Older Workers (45+) in Japan: Implications for TVET
Toshio Ohsako

Part VIII. Lifelong Learning for Livelihoods and Citizenship

166. Overview: Adult Education for the Sustainability of Human Kind
Chris Chinien, Madhu Singh

167. The Emergence of ‘Workforce Development’: Definition, Conceptual Boundaries and Implications
Ronald L. Jacobs, Joshua D. Hawley

168. The Challenge for ESD in TVET: Developing Core Sustainable Development Competencies and Collaborative Social Partnerships for Practice
Chris Chinien, France Boutin, Karen Plane

169. Key Competencies: Overall Goals for Competence Development: An International and Interdisciplinary Perspective
Dominique Simone Rychen

170. Education and Training in the Context of Poverty Reduction
Bernd Overwien

171. Recognition, Validation and Accreditation of Non-Formal and Informal Learning and Experience: Results of an International Study
Madhu Singh

172. Self-Directed Learning
Stephen D. Brookfield

173. New Learning Strategies and Learning Cultures in Companies
Peter Dehnbostel

174. PLAR, Training and Efficient Labour Markets: The Canadian Experience
Bill Empey, Christine Newton

175. Transformative Learning Theory and TVET
Karen Magro

176. The Implications of Cognitive Style to Adult Distance Education
Cindy Marie Isaak-Ploegman, Chris Chinien

177. Competency, Meaningful Learning and Learning Styles in TVET
Richard Gagnon

178. Workplace Essential Skills in Policy and Practice: A Canadian Perspective
Erik Vries

179. Adult Numeracy for Work and Life: Curriculum and Teaching Implications of Recent Research
Gail FitzSimons, Diana Coben

180. An Innovative System of Vocational Training in the German IT Sector
Rita Meyer

Part IX. Assessment of Skills and Competencies

181. Overview: Competencies, Qualifications and Recognition
Karina Veal

182. The Certification of Competencies
Danielle Colardyn

183. Modularization and Modular Delivery of TVET
John Stanwick

184. Diverse Approaches to the Recognition of Competencies
Danielle Colardyn

185. How Do We Measure Up? Benchmarking the WorldSkills Competition
David Hoey

186. Validation of Educational Programmes: Comparing Models and Best Practices1
Grazia Scoppio

187. Regional Accreditation and Certification of TVET Institutions
Ligaya Valmonte, Man-Gon Park

188. National Qualifications Frameworks: An Analytical Overview
Michael F.D. Young

189. Developing a National System of Vocational Qualifications
John Hart

190. National Qualifications Frameworks in Africa
Bonaventure W. Kerre, Astrid Hollander

191. Implementing National Qualifications Frameworks: Problems and Possibilities
Michael F.D. Young

192. Labour Mobility and Mutual Recognition of Skills and Qualifications: The European Union and Australia/New Zealand
Chandra Shah, Michael Long

193. Quality Assurance in TVET in Romania
Magdalena Balica

 
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