Traditionally learning in the work place is led by the more experienced practitioner. In this innovative model of practice it is the novice who is leading practice in the workplace. This work integrated learning (WiL) model of practice allows the novice to disseminate latest practice to the experienced practitioners in their workplaces. The novice thereby not only improves their own learning and practices but also enhances current practice in the real workplace.
|Keywords:||Novice as Facilitator, Preservice Teacher, Science, Work Integrated Learning, Work Practice through Partnership|
Lecturer/Academic, Faculty of Arts, Education and Human Development, School of Education, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia
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