Designing work-based learning approaches for Gen Y, Gen Z and beyond

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Nottingham, P. 2021. Designing work-based learning approaches for Gen Y, Gen Z and beyond. in: Gerhardt, T. and Annon, P. (ed.) Applications of Work Integrated Learning Among Gen Z and Y Students United States IGI Global. pp. 166-187
Chapter titleDesigning work-based learning approaches for Gen Y, Gen Z and beyond
AuthorsNottingham, P.
Abstract

This chapter seeks to develop a greater understanding of work-based and work-integrated pedagogy through a case study of an integrated degree apprenticeship using the lens of Generation Y (Gen Y) and Generation Z (Gen Z). The success of the programme relates to the embedding of work-based principles that include the active engagement of apprentices, employers and tutors. Findings from the case study demonstrate that the Gen Y and Gen Z characteristics can be used to identify and evaluate cohort influences and provide key indicators for future planning.

Research GroupWork and Learning Research Centre
LanguageEnglish
Page range166-187
Book titleApplications of Work Integrated Learning Among Gen Z and Y Students
EditorsGerhardt, T. and Annon, P.
PublisherIGI Global
Place of publicationUnited States
ISBN
Hardcover9781799864400
Paperback9781799864417
Electronic9781799864424
Publication dates
Print01 Apr 2021
Online01 Apr 2021
Publication process dates
Deposited09 Apr 2021
Output statusPublished
Web address (URL)https://www.igi-global.com/chapter/designing-work-based-learning-approaches-for-gen-y-gen-z-and-beyond/275040
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-6440-0.ch008
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