INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2000

24 MARCH | ROTORUA, NZ

 

3rd Annual NZACE Conference

Theme: Work-integrated learning in the 21st century

Location: Rotorua, March 24, 2000

Papers and presenters:

Evaluation of workplace performance
Katharine Hoskyn, Auckland University of Technology

Assessing the cooperative education of student teachers
Jo Fletcher, Christchurch College of Education

Workplace requirements in the third millennium: Business students and graduates’ perspectives on the desirable competencies
Noel Burchell, Dave Hodges and Elizabeth Rainsbury, UNITEC Institute of Technology

Artistry lost and found
Sheila Grainger, Christchurch College of Education (Nelson Campus)

Workplace assessment in New Zealand industry training
Marilyn Brady, Electrotechnology Industry Training Organization

Workplace assessment: Balancing the needs of student and organisation
Malcom Wieck, Christchurch Polytechnic

Qualitative or quantitative? Choices of methodology for cooperative education researchers
Richard Coll and Richard Chapman, University of Waikato

Benchmarking: Opportunities and challenges in cooperative education
Judi Campbell and Mary Kingsbury, UNITEC Institute of Technology

Collectivizing team learning
Tom Cockburn, University of Wales Institute, and Cheryl Cockburn-Wooten, University of Waikato

Work based numeracy
Maria Hayward and Victoria Yee, Auckland University of Technology

New migrant problems with workplace communication
Annette Sachtleben, Auckland University of Technology

Learning Support at Lever Rexona
Cheryl Brown, Lever Rexona and Whitireia Community Polytechnic

International student exchange
Richard Chapman and Richard Coll, The University of Waikato

A ‘win-win’ for mentors and business administration students

Cynthia Hann and Lorraine Smith, UCOL

Shh! The film’s started: A look at how video can be successfully implemented into work-based learning
Helen Cartner, Auckland University of Technology

TECHNZ funds to support student projects are available: Use it or lose it
Chris Kirk, Massey University

Quality assurance in work-based learning: A provider’s perspective
Ami Sundar, Eastern Institute of Technology