Capability and Quality in Higher Education (Teaching and by John Stephenson,Mantz Yorke

By John Stephenson,Mantz Yorke

the recent concentration in studying is on constructing the individual's potential. This paintings appears at this within the context of enhancing abilities, lifelong studying and welfare-to-work. It debates the problems in the environment of institutional innovations, work-based studying, abilities improvement and assessment.

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