This paper considers some aspects of the theory and practice of work-based learning (WBL) that may be of interest to academic staff in higher education who have responsibility for negotiating, designing, delivering and assessing programmes for, and with, Irish workplaces, companies, organisations and sectors of the workforce. The paper does not claim to be breaking significant new ground: rather it is trying to connect aspects of the field to inform underpinning of WBL curriculum design and related pedagogic practice as the start of a conversation rather than the last word.
"The Interface Between Academic Knowledge and Working Knowledge: Implications for Curriculum Design and Pedagogic Practice.,"
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Available at: https://arrow.dit.ie/level3/vol6/iss1/5