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Pedagogy For Employability

Pegg, Ann; Waldock, Jeff; Hendy-Isaac, Sonia and Lawton, Ruth (2012). Pedagogy For Employability. York, UK: Higher Education Academy.

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This guide, produced by the HEA, constitutes a revised and updated version of the Pedagogy for Employability publication first published in 2006.

The publication has been updated with the practitioner in mind – those teaching in the classroom and those engaging with policy and student interactions in other ways, such as careers guidance and learning development workers. Practitioners are our focus, as we discuss the policy and institutional context that frames the environment within which people work. The early sections of this publication are intended to illuminate the possibilities and constraints that operate in different national, institutional and departmental situations, having a direct impact on the way that teaching and learning takes place between practitioners and students. Case studies of learning and teaching that support the development of student employability, in the classroom, through distance and part-time learning and in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, are provided throughout the publication. In the later sections of the publication we focus particularly on the curriculum and learning and teaching practice.

Item Type: Book
Copyright Holders: 2012 HEA
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Keywords: higher education; employability; teaching and learning;
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Item ID: 30792
Depositing User: Ann Pegg
Date Deposited: 01 Mar 2012 15:57
Last Modified: 11 Jun 2020 15:29
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