INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2005

28-29 APRIL | PALMERSTON NORTH, NZ

 

8th Annual NZACE Conference

Theme: Workplace Learning: Integrating with the Connections

Location: Palmerston North, April 28-29, 2005

Papers and presenters:

Welcome and opening remarks
Chris Eames, University of Waikato

Towards a common understanding of cooperative education in New Zealand
Dave Hodges, UNITEC Institute of Technology

Workplace enculturation: Science and technology work placements as agents of enculturation for indigenous peoples
Levinia Paku and Richard K. Coll, University of Waikato

‘Co-op Lite’: An international industry experience course for electronic commerce
Robert McQueen, University of Waikato

The Gateway programme
Kathy Draper and Phiona Wilson, Kamo High School and Whangarei High School

Student experiences of university based cooperative education: Do they eat in the lunchroom?
Jenny Fleming, Cindy Wiersma and Geoff Dickson, Auckland University of Technology

Transporting the workplace into the classroom
Allister McLay and Stephen Corich, Eastern Institute of Technology

Legal and ethical issues in cooperative education
Fiona McMorran

Current practice and future trends for research in cooperative education
Richard Coll, University of Waikato

Practicum to practice: Ten years of sport management practicum @ Massey
Andrew Martin and Sarah Leberman, Massey University

‘Best practice’ at the IT-enabled factory: Tracking an exemplar project
David Skelton and Kevin Wilkie, Eastern Institute of Technology

Preparation for student industry projects: Instilling the art of communication
Jill Clark and Nick Wempe, Whitireia Community Polytechnic

Workplace learning programs in the Trades, Community and Cuisine Department at Aoraki Polytechnic
Bobbi Campbell, Aoraki Polytechnic

Reflecting on practice: The science of knowing, the art of doing
Sheila Grainger, UCOL

Teaching the theory and practice of captive wild animal husbandry: A coalescence of pedagogical approaches
Lorne Roberts, UNITEC

How has the internet affected the way we communicate within this new era? Can we use this to our advantage?
Brenda Lloyd, Whitireia Community Polytechnic

The impact of students’ perceptions of the labour market on enrolling in postgraduate study
Susan McCurdy, Jacinta Dalgety and Karsten Zegwaard, University of Waikato and Ministry of Education

How can students’ perception of degree outcomes help to improve integrated learning and the quality of degree teaching and learning in higher education?
Amir Sundar, Eastern Institute of Technology