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Author: Linda Anne Barkas
ISBN13: 978-9460913983
Title: The Paradox of Skills: Widening Participation, Academic Literacy & Students' Skills Centres (Studies in Inclusive Education)
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Publisher: Sense Publishers (May 27, 2011)
Pages: 150

The Paradox of Skills: Widening Participation, Academic Literacy & Students' Skills Centres (Studies in Inclusive Education) by Linda Anne Barkas



It is argued in the book, that on a small scale, SSCs illustrate the paradoxes and ironies that have developed in higher education. The Paradox of Skills.

This book examines how and why Students’ Skills Centres, (SSCs), gained such a hold in the sector, despite. The Dimensions Through Time of the Framework of Widening Participation.

The objectives underpinning the policies to expand and widen participation have impacted on university provision to help students improve their general literacy and academic writing skills. This book examines how and why Students' Skills Centres. Series: Studies in Inclusive Education (Book 11). Paperback: 150 pages. Publisher: Sense Publishers (May 27, 2011). ISBN-13: 978-9460913983. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.

by Linda Anne Barkas. Part of the Studies in Inclusive Education series. It is argued in the book, that on a small scale, SSCs illustrate the paradoxes and ironies that have developed in higher education. Format: PDF. Publisher: SensePublishers. Publication Date: 13/11/2011.

Book 1 in the series is Teacher Career Motivation and Professional Development in Special and Inclusive Education in China. The Paradox of Skills: Widening Participation, Academic Literacy & Students' Skills Centres.

It provides an introductory text into the complexity of universities' roles as they try to address central government's demands for graduates to have demonstratable 'employment skills'. Download this book The Paradox of Skills: Widening Participation, Academic Literacy & Students' Skills Centres. Sponsored High Speed Downloads. 8391 dl's @ 3185 KB/s.

The Paradox of Skills book. It provides an introductory text into the complexity of universities' roles as they try to address central government's demands for graduates to have demonstratable 'employment skills'.

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This report contains the findings of a scoping study commissioned by the Higher Education Academy and carried out by Continuum, the Centre for Widening Participation Policy Studies at the University of East London. 4. Professional Development, Widening Participation, Widening Participation in Higher Education

The objectives underpinning the policies to expand and widen participation have impacted on university provision to help students improve their general literacy and academic writing skills. This book examines how and why Students' Skills Centres, (SSCs), gained such a hold in the sector, despite the contentious nature of the research evidence that challenges the notion of the applicability of generic writing skills. It is argued in the book, that on a small scale, SSCs illustrate the paradoxes and ironies that have developed in higher education. 'The Paradox of Skills' will be of interest to researchers of skills development and widening participation in higher education. It provides an introductory text into the complexity of universities' roles as they try to address central government's demands for graduates to have demonstratable 'employment skills'.