About NewVIc lectures
The lectures will take place at NewVIc, Prince Regent Lane, Plaistow. If you would like to book a place at the lecture please use the booking form. Nearer to the event we will send you a confirmation email. If you have any queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring lecture 2014
Date: To be rescheduled
Time: 4.00 pm - 5.30 pm
Location: Main hall, NewVIc,
Prince Regent Lane, London E13 8SG
Lorna Unwin is a Professor at the Institute of Education. She has a research interest in the changing nature and development of vocational expertise and on work as a site for learning and the improvement of life chances. Lorna has a particular interest in apprenticeship as a model of learning and also in the historical development of further and technical education in Britain.
- Why is it important to distinguish vocational pedagogy from teaching and learning in general?
- How might apprenticeship as a model of learning be valuable for both you and your students?
- What is your workplace (the college) like as learning environment for you and your colleagues?
- Will current education and training policies enable young people to develop the types of occupational expertise they need to follow their occupational aspirations?
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