Stavenga de Jong Jan A., Wierstra Ronny F. A. & Hermanussen JosĂ© (2006). Â« An exploration of the relationship between academic and experiential learning approaches in vocational education Â». British Journal of Educational Psychology, nÂ° 76, p. 155–169. En ligne : <http://www.ingentaconne ... 00076/00000001/art00009>.
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BibTeX citation key: StavengadeJong2006
Keywords: enseignement professionnel, pratique pĂ©dagogique
Creators: Hermanussen, Stavenga de Jong, Wierstra
Collection: British Journal of Educational Psychology
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"Research on individual learning approaches (or learning styles) is split in two traditions, one of which is biased towards academic learning, and the other towards learning from direct experience.
In the reported study, the two traditions are linked by investigating the relationships between school-based (academic) and work-based (experiential) learning
approaches of students in vocational education programs.
Samples. Participants were 899 students of a Dutch school for secondary vocational education; 758 provided data on school-based learning, and 407 provided data on
work-based learning, resulting in an overlap of 266 students from whom data were obtained on learning in both settings".
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