Biemans Harm, Nieuwenhuis Loek & Poell Rob et al. (2004). Â« Competence-Based VET in the Netherlands : Background and Pitfalls Â». Journal of Vocational Education and Training, vol. 56, nÂ° 4, dĂ©cembre, p. 523–538. En ligne : <http://www.bwpat.de/7eu/biemans_etal_nl_bwpat7.pdf>.
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BibTeX citation key: Biemans2004
Keywords: compĂ©tence, enseignement professionnel, Pays-Bas
Creators: Biemans, Mulder, Nieuwenhuis, Poell, Wesselink
Collection: Journal of Vocational Education and Training
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"In the Dutch Vocational Education and Training (VET) system, competence-based education is the leading paradigm for innovation, both at the system level and at the level of learning environments. This article provides an historical analysis of the development of competence-based education in various countries and explores the concept of competence and its popularity. Possible pitfalls with respect to the concept of competence, standardisation, priority school and workplace learning, determining learning activities, assessment of competencies, changing teacher roles/identity and competence-based management will be discussed. Taking these pitfalls into account, roads for future development will be sketched. A learning policy connecting governance, practice and research is believed to be the most fruitful way to develop flexible VET systems that are suited to the emerging knowledge-based economy."
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