The Added Value of Work-Integrated Learning
A one-year project to examine the legacy impact of the Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) programme first as a student and later as a WIL supervisor. A collaboration of Massey University, Auckland University of Technology, University of Waikato and New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER).
The main aims of the project were to:
- explore alumni perspective on whether their own student WIL experience has impacted on their workplace supervisor role
- identify how the WIL experience has added value from the perspective of graduates
- develop a resource to help build capability for workplace supervisors and for future students.
The project used a narrative story-based approach involving:
- interviews with graduates from WIL programmes who have also supervised WIL students
- development of case study narratives and key themes derived from data analysis.
Project LeaderMassey University
Malcolm ReesMassey University
Jenny FlemingAuckland University of Technology
Karsten ZegwaardUniversity of Waikato
Karen VaughanNew Zealand Council for Educational Research
$52,000.00 (excl GST)
A report prepared by Andy Martin, Malcolm Rees, Jenny Fleming, Karsten Zegwaard and Karen Vaughan.
(PDF, 902 KB, 31-pages).
- 21 March 2019