Embedding the Graduate Quality ‘Collaborative Working’ into the Curriculum through Reflective Learning
InSITE 2003 • Volume 3 • 2003
Graduates of today are not only required to demonstrate academic competence and the ability to learn, they are also required to demonstrate a range of employment skills that will enable them to make the transition from university to work. This paper explores reflective learning as an approach to embedding the graduate quality of collaborative working into an undergraduate bus iness course. It explores a range of activities used and reports on the results of the approach to date.
Graduate Qualities, collaborative working, reflective learning, logic problem, Belbin’s diagnostic test, Rowe’s Decision Style Inventory, SWOT analysis
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