Exit, Voice or Loyalty? VET Stakeholders’ Response to Large Scale Skilled Emigration From Poland

Today the International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training (IJRVET) published a new article. The authors are Kaja Reegård (Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Reserach and Education, Norway) and Horacy Debowski (SGH Warsaw School of Economics, Poland). Full article (open access): https://doi.org/10.13152/IJRVET.7.3.4 Abstract Context: The topic of this paper is how mass …

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The Importance of Authentic Workplace-Based Assessment: A Study From VET Teacher Education

Today the International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training (IJRVET) published a new article. The authors are Jorunn Dahlback, Hanne Berg Olstad, Ann Lisa Sylte and Anne-Catrine Wolden from the Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway. The issue 3 (Vol. 7) is in progress, but contains articles that are final and fully citable.  Full article …

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Vocational Student Teachers’ Self-Reported Experiences in Creating ePortfolios

Today the International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training (IJRVET) has published a new article. The issue 3 (Vol. 7) is in progress, but contains articles that are final and fully citable. The authors are Anne-Maria Korhonen, Häme University of Applied Sciences, FinlandSanna Ruhalahti, Tampere University of Applied Science, FinlandMinna Lakkala, University of Helsinki, …

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Vocational Training for Rural Populations: A Demand-Driven Approach and its Implications in India

Today IJRVET has published a new article. The issue 3 (Vol. 7) is in progress, but contains articles that are final and fully citable. The authors are Muthuveeran Ramasamy and Matthias Pilz. The full article is available here. Context: Vocational training is viewed as a significant tool that increases employment outcomes and provides potential career advancement …

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Recently published: Comparative Vocational Education Research

The significance of the title In contrast to general education, vocational education and training (VET) is characterised worldwide by a high degree of complexity. VET is multidimensional and, sometimes, has diffuse structures. VET is a descriptor which includes such as aspects as pre-vocational education, school-based VET, apprenticeship systems, technical education, higher VET, work-based learning, further education and lifelong learning. These …

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Attention: Call for papers for fake conferences in VET

The "World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET)" was already mentioned on the original Beall´s List, a – now archived – list of potential predatory scholarly open-access publishers. WASET is also mentioned in the successor list Stop Predatory Journals, and WASET also organizes fake conferences. Several newspaper publishers – such as The New York Times ("One …

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IJRVET: New Issue published

The International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training (IJRVET) has published a new issue by now. The last regular issue of 2019 contains the following topics: Odd Bjørn Ure & Tom Skauge: Skills and employment under automation. Active adaptation at the local level Kathleen A. Park & Karen R. Johnson: Job satisfaction, work engagement, …

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