Learning, Work and Practice: New Understandings by Paul Gibbs (auth.), Paul Gibbs (eds.)

By Paul Gibbs (auth.), Paul Gibbs (eds.)

This book’s unique contribution to a crowded literature on paintings and studying will allure powerful foreign curiosity. Its specialise in the philosophy of studying at paintings brings a clean standpoint on a subject ordinarily considered via mental, anthropological and sociological eyes. It assembles a bunch of the world over well-known students who ponder some of the philosophies of work-based studying. choked with precise and unique contributions that supply perceptive insights into the topic, the paintings might be a pragmatic help to lecturers, running shoes and researchers whilst it offers readers a transparent philosophical grounding in studying at paintings. it truly is, despite the fact that, now not easily a booklet approximately philosophy, yet a gazetteer of techniques to schooling in paintings that would maintain and encourage those that offer, have interaction in, and help the educational of recent wisdom and abilities within the place of work. With adaptability to new employment possibilities so important to current staff, the authors stand in the back of persevered provision of work-based studying within the face of tightening monetary constraints.

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The primary item of exchange in apprenticeship was knowledge. Stevens (1990) has chronicled the role of knowledge in early industrialization in the United States, featuring the spread of Mechanics’ Institutes and the creation of an alternative form of literacy—technical literacy—to meet the peculiar conceptual circumstances of the world of tools and machines. The challenge for educators was to link the “grammar” of traditional literacy to the spatial thinking and its referents in mechanized manufacturing (p.

In J. ), Competency based education and training. London: Falmer Press. Chapter 4 Tacit Knowledge and the Labour Process Theodore Lewis Introduction Virtually absent from the discourse on knowledge work in the new global economy are treatments of the question of knowledge ownership. There is a default assumption that knowledge yielded in the workplace rightly accrues to the employer, though much of it originates in the minds and out of the practice of workers. When that knowledge is tacit in nature, the question of ownership becomes even more acute.

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