By W.J. Nijhof, Jittie Brandsma
This ebook takes up the controversy approximately matching vocational schooling with the labour marketplace and exhibits development when it comes to theoretical versions, instruments (transformation and matching processes), and studying environments. The suggestions, displaying up the necessity for center or key abilities, the need of embedding studying abilities in real and guided studying environments, exhibits a standpoint of study and developmen-tal paintings to be proven in faculties and in offices, to discover larger curricula for a greater skilling.
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For those up to the age of 17, one can follow Hentig's suggestion (1982; see Bojanowski, Dedering & Heidegger, 1983): comprehensive school, a kind of prolonged 'primary school', up to the age of 14, then three years of relatively free activity at various places of learning. This is followed by years of more systematization and specialization where , however, general education is to be particularly emphasized within its specialized aspects . Yet an in-plant apprenticeship is also possible in a reformed dual system (not all occupations have been eliminated).
Bridging the Skills Gap between Work and Education by W.J. Nijhof, Jittie Brandsma