What is the Sceptic's Tarot?

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28 May 2012


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Hi All,

This topic is so relevant at the moment since we are in the re-curriculation process of all our courses. It is so easily said by academics that work-integrated learning should be reduced in time, as it does not currently equal the 1 credit = 10 hours of learning. I agree that a substantial (yet reasonable) time in industry is essential if students are to be given a chance to experience quality learning.

Thank you for your above input, as I will certainly make use of Karsten's suggestion of asking, "is every hour in the workplace a quality learning hour?", when taking the argument further at my institution.

Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT)
P O Box 652, Cape Town, South Africa 8000

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