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WILly-nilly or WILling: presentation to the ICT Faculty

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WILly-nilly or WILling: presentation to the ICT Faculty

  1. 1. WILly-nilly or WILling - WIL on myTUTor Faculty of ICT 7 November 2011 – Marius Pienaar
  2. 2. Content • Introduction & Purpose • WIL template • Framework for the Department of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering • Effectiveness of WIL on myTUTor • Conclusion • Comments & Q&A WILly-nilly or WILling
  3. 3. Essential tool for self-directed learning experiences directly at the workplace Purpose: to suggest a way to support work-integrated learning electronically for TUT students in the workplace Retrieve material that best-possibly matches with a student’s learning needs Different ‘flavours’ of WIL for each of the departments at TUT involved with WIL Introduction & Purpose WILly-nilly or WILling
  4. 4. Adapted by each department Process WIL Guide Forms WIL template WILly-nilly or WILling
  5. 5. Framework Department of Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering WILly-nilly or WILling
  6. 6. Save time Work smarter Conduct an effective WIL programme Beneficial to TUT and everybody involved with WIL Potential to more closely relate the diagnosis of competency needs to actual work tasks, and to embed it into work processes Effectiveness of WIL on myTUTor WILly-nilly or WILling
  7. 7. Conclusion WILly-nilly or WILling
  8. 8. Marius Pienaar Instructional Designer Tel 012-382-0735 Fax 086-274-1951 Mobile 072-210-9749 Skype marius.pienaar4 Comments & Q&A WILly-nilly or WILling

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