The research aimed to explore how different cultural tools and processes, in addition to social and personal contributions, influenced and sustained outcomes during and following work-based learning. A qualitative case study was employed to investigate the experiences and perceptions of WBL students and those in support roles, using interviews and documentary analysis. Four main categories of data emerged from the thematic analysis: navigating workplace cultures and contexts; learning within and across practices; practitioner trajectories and transformations; and practice transformations....
|Number of pages||34|
|Journal||Work Based Learning e-Journal International|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|