Multidisciplinaire samenwerking door studenten in het Nederlands hoger beroepsonderwijs

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    Today, multidisciplinary cooperation (MC) is an important objective of higher
    vocational education. The aim of this ongoing study was to explore how, and to
    what extent, fourth year bachelor students at two research centers (Built
    Environment and Energy, Hanze University of Applied Sciences) develop MC.
    Data for 71 students were collected with a semi-structured questionnaire, followed by focus group discussions in 14 groups. Results indicate that students
    accomplished MC to varying degrees, depending on differences in disciplinary
    program backgrounds, student characteristics, the research center, the thematic
    group they belonged to, and the quality of the ‘graduation research assignment’.
    For example, students experienced pressure from their training college to conduct their research autonomously, and this affected the degree to which the goal of MC was reached during the final assignment before graduation. The results of this study were used to improve the professional learning environment in which training colleges and research centers cooperate.
    Vertaalde titel van de bijdrageMultidisciplinaire samenwerking door studenten in het Nederlands hoger beroepsonderwijs
    Originele taal-2English
    TitelEAPRIL 2016 proceedings
    Pagina's108-127
    StatusPublished - mrt 2017
    EvenementEuropean Association for Practitioner Research on Improving Learning (EAPRIL) Conference 2016 - Porto, Portugal
    Duur: 22 nov 201625 nov 2016

    Conference

    ConferenceEuropean Association for Practitioner Research on Improving Learning (EAPRIL) Conference 2016
    Verkorte titelEAPRIL 2016
    LandPortugal
    StadPorto
    Periode22/11/1625/11/16

    Keywords

    • hoger onderwijs
    • samenwerking

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    Kamphorst, JC 2017, Multidisciplinary cooperation by students in Dutch higher vocational education. in EAPRIL 2016 proceedings. blz. 108-127, European Association for Practitioner Research on Improving Learning (EAPRIL) Conference 2016, Porto, Portugal, 22/11/16.

    Multidisciplinary cooperation by students in Dutch higher vocational education. / Kamphorst, Jan Cornelis.

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