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The Resource Comparative vocational education research : enduring challenges and new ways forward, Matthias Pilz, Junmin Li, editors, (electronic book)

Comparative vocational education research : enduring challenges and new ways forward, Matthias Pilz, Junmin Li, editors, (electronic book)

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Comparative vocational education research : enduring challenges and new ways forward
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Comparative vocational education research
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enduring challenges and new ways forward
Statement of responsibility
Matthias Pilz, Junmin Li, editors
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
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370.113
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no index present
LC call number
LC1043
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non fiction
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  • Pilz, Matthias
  • Li, Junmin
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Internationale Berufsbildungsforschung
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Vocational education
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Comparative vocational education research : enduring challenges and new ways forward, Matthias Pilz, Junmin Li, editors, (electronic book)
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Contents
  • Intro -- Dedicated to Madhu Singh -- Series Editor's introduction -- Preface -- 1 The significance of the title -- 2 Structure of the book -- 3 Acknowledgements -- References -- Contents -- I Introduction/Opening Chapter -- 1 Comparative vocational education and training research: What purposes does it serve? -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Exploring intersecting domains -- 3 Can we find common cause in the advancement of VET? -- 4 Towards a more dialogic approach -- 5 A triadic conception of purposes in comparative VET research -- References
  • Part II International Comparative VET Theories and Methodologies -- 2 Beyond typologies: Alternative ways of comparing VET systems -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction: About the difficulties of comparative VET research -- 2 Comparison by function -- 2.1 Selection and allocation function -- 2.2 Qualification function -- 2.3 Utilisation function -- 2.4 Retention and integration function -- 2.5 Organisation -- 2.6 Innovation -- 3 Comparison by quality -- 3.1 Dimensions of quality along the training process -- 3.2 Different perspectives on VET quality -- 4 Discussion -- References
  • 3 A framework for the comparative study of institutional-employer partnerships in vocational education and training -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Comparative analysis of partnerships between institutions and employers -- 3 The four models of VET partnership and programme development -- 4 Concluding remarks -- References -- 4 Tools and means to understand different TVET models in developing countries: An approach to the epistemological opening up of international TVET in development cooperation -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction
  • 2 Internationally comparative vocational education research: The typologies -- 3 The ideal types of the classical European vocational education models -- 4 A comparative political economy typology: Skill formation systems -- 5 Bridging the two perspectives of the typologies -- 6 Work culture as an analytical instrument to shed light on the societal aspects of TVET -- 7 Outlook -- References -- Part III Research Results on International Comparative VET -- 5 The learning outcome approach to European VET policy tools: Where are the arguments and the evidence? -- Abstract
  • 1 What one might hope for from policymaking -- 2 EU VET policymaking and the learning outcome approach -- 3 The EU's aspirations -- 4 The European VET Policy tools -- 5 What can be salvaged? -- 6 Conclusion: What have we learned? -- References -- 6 The Swiss PET system and similar programs in Germany and Austria -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Professional education and training in Switzerland -- 3 Advanced vocational education and dual studies/integrated degree programs in Germany -- 4 The variety of PET programs in Austria -- 5 Comparative analysis of the three PET systems -- 6 Conclusion
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1 online resource (327 p.).
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one file format
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online
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9783658299231
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unknown
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unknown
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unknown
Specific material designation
remote
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  • on1151186049
  • (OCoLC)1151186049
Label
Comparative vocational education research : enduring challenges and new ways forward, Matthias Pilz, Junmin Li, editors, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Antecedent source
file reproduced from an electronic resource
Bibliography note
References
Contents
  • Intro -- Dedicated to Madhu Singh -- Series Editor's introduction -- Preface -- 1 The significance of the title -- 2 Structure of the book -- 3 Acknowledgements -- References -- Contents -- I Introduction/Opening Chapter -- 1 Comparative vocational education and training research: What purposes does it serve? -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Exploring intersecting domains -- 3 Can we find common cause in the advancement of VET? -- 4 Towards a more dialogic approach -- 5 A triadic conception of purposes in comparative VET research -- References
  • Part II International Comparative VET Theories and Methodologies -- 2 Beyond typologies: Alternative ways of comparing VET systems -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction: About the difficulties of comparative VET research -- 2 Comparison by function -- 2.1 Selection and allocation function -- 2.2 Qualification function -- 2.3 Utilisation function -- 2.4 Retention and integration function -- 2.5 Organisation -- 2.6 Innovation -- 3 Comparison by quality -- 3.1 Dimensions of quality along the training process -- 3.2 Different perspectives on VET quality -- 4 Discussion -- References
  • 3 A framework for the comparative study of institutional-employer partnerships in vocational education and training -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Comparative analysis of partnerships between institutions and employers -- 3 The four models of VET partnership and programme development -- 4 Concluding remarks -- References -- 4 Tools and means to understand different TVET models in developing countries: An approach to the epistemological opening up of international TVET in development cooperation -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction
  • 2 Internationally comparative vocational education research: The typologies -- 3 The ideal types of the classical European vocational education models -- 4 A comparative political economy typology: Skill formation systems -- 5 Bridging the two perspectives of the typologies -- 6 Work culture as an analytical instrument to shed light on the societal aspects of TVET -- 7 Outlook -- References -- Part III Research Results on International Comparative VET -- 5 The learning outcome approach to European VET policy tools: Where are the arguments and the evidence? -- Abstract
  • 1 What one might hope for from policymaking -- 2 EU VET policymaking and the learning outcome approach -- 3 The EU's aspirations -- 4 The European VET Policy tools -- 5 What can be salvaged? -- 6 Conclusion: What have we learned? -- References -- 6 The Swiss PET system and similar programs in Germany and Austria -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Professional education and training in Switzerland -- 3 Advanced vocational education and dual studies/integrated degree programs in Germany -- 4 The variety of PET programs in Austria -- 5 Comparative analysis of the three PET systems -- 6 Conclusion
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (327 p.).
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783658299231
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1151186049
  • (OCoLC)1151186049

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