Dalley-Trim Leanne, Alloway Nola & Walker Karen (2008). Â« Secondary School Studentsâ€™ Perceptions of, and the Factors Influencing Their Decision- Making in Relation to,VET in Schools Â». The Australian Educational Researcher, vol. 35, nÂ° 2, aoĂ»t, p. 55–69. En ligne : <www.aare.edu.au/aer/online/0802d.pdf>.
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BibTeX citation key: DalleyTrim2008
Keywords: Ă©lĂ¨ve / Ă©tudiant, enseignement professionnel
Creators: Alloway, Dalley-Trim, Walker
Collection: The Australian Educational Researcher
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"This paper addresses the issue of Vocational Education and Training in Schools â€“ an issue that has recently attracted significant political attention particularly in light of current national skills shortage in Australia. Specifically, it investigates secondary school studentsâ€™ perceptions of VET in Schools [VETiS]. It also explores the factors influencing their decision-making in relation to VETiS â€“ that is, why one might choose, or choose not, to enrol in a VETiS course of study. In view of the findings presented, the paper argues that VET, and more particularly VETiS, is experiencing an â€śimage problemâ€ť â€“ one underscored by the need for curriculum design and delivery reform â€“ and suggests that there is much work still to be done on the VET agenda."
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