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learning takes place ( Høyrup, 2012 ; Virtanen, Tynjälä, & Collin, 2009 ). More concretely put, workplace learning can be learning by observing others or the ‘knowledgeables’ ( Taylor & Evans, 2009 ), learning through sharing of experience and knowledge

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working on informal interactions at work, and on informal workplace learning. Workplaces are social as well as regulated and procedural environments, and anthropological and socio-cultural studies of workplaces suggest that, especially in a highly dynamic

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Introduction This article provides a thorough understanding of various educational stakeholders’ perception on the importance and role of the educational policies in integration of workplace learning and higher

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Introduction The role and importance of workplace learning has increased in recent decades, because the ability of organisations to adapt quickly to the ever-changing circumstances around them has become crucial in a

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project. What, for example, is going on in the broader environment, culture, discipline of education, and workplace learning that leads scholars to question the utility of the conceptual tools that inform our understanding of workplace informal learning

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were fully engaged and found working on the course activities meaningful. What was difficult was to maintain the engagement throughout the whole course. In this article, I analyse my own workplace learning and professional development during my first 2

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of human engagement with the affordances present in the internship workplace, new understandings of workplace learning in highly dynamic and fluid practices can emerge. Context of research Internship learning in

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new concepts, theories have been developed or redesigned in this enriching field of theory, such as the dichotomy of informal-formal learning, new approaches of work-based learning, as well as expansive theory of workplace learning ( Engeström, 2009

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addictions: An issue for everybody? Journal of Workplace Learning 8 3 19 25 . M. D. Griffiths

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Innovációk és innovációs folyamatok a magyar oktatási rendszerben

Innovations and Innovation Processes in the Hungarian Education System

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Authors:
Ágnes Fazekas
,
Gábor Halász
, and
László Horváth

–66. 17 Lippke, L. & Wegener, C. (2014) Everyday Innovation – Pushing Boundaries While Maintaining Stability. Journal of Workplace Learning, Nos 6–7. pp. 376–391. 18

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