Browsing by Author "Paku, Levinia K."

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  • An exploration of the pedagogies employed to integrate knowledge in work-integrated learning

    Coll, Richard K.; Eames, Chris W.; Paku, Levinia K.; Lay, Mark C.; Hodges, Dave; Bhat, Ravi; Ram, Shiu; Ayling, Diana; Fleming, Jenny; Ferkins, Lesley; Wiersma, Cindy; Martin, Andrew (Cooperative Education and Internship Association, Inc., 2011)
    This article describes a three‐sector, national research project that investigated the integration aspect of work‐integrated learning (WIL). The context for this study is three sectors of New Zealand higher education: ...
  • An organization overview of pedagogical practice in work-integrated education

    Martin, Andrew; Rees, Malcom; Edwards, Manvir; Paku, Levinia K. (New Zealand Association for Cooperative Education, 2012)
    Tertiary curriculum design has increasingly emphasized work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities. This qualitative study provides an overview of a variety of WIL activities at Massey University, New Zealand. Descriptive ...
  • Using Twitter to enhance reflective practice on work placements

    Paku, Levinia K.; Lay, Mark C. (Australasian Association for Engineering Education, 2011)
    Reflective practice is an essential engineering skill for life-long learning. However, most engineering students regard reflective practice as an onerous chore and do not find any value in doing it. Previous research for ...
  • Work placement reports: Student perceptions

    Lay, Mark C.; Paku, Levinia K.; Swan, Janis E. (CQUniversity Australia, 2008)
    Engineering students complete work placement reports after being on placement in industry, the aim is to increase work place learning and to increase students understanding about the placement, themselves, career direction ...