Learning pathways for sustainable development, the national qualifications framework, and lifelong learning in South Africa:
This Bulletin is on research conducted to analyse learning pathways for sustainable development, the national qualification framework, and lifelong learning in South Africa. It consists of a number of papers that look at progress in and between learning and work, as well as the boundaries found in these pathways. In an effort to understand the system of development in education and work, the papers establish conceptual frameworks and research methods, which have resulted in the appreciation for contextualising and individualising constraints when investigating occupational progress. Later, the Bulletin then presents an international paper as an example of the integration of learning pathways.
Contents of this Bulletin
- Why Focus on Learning Pathways?
- Researching Sustainable Development Learning Pathways Towards Progression in Learning and Work
- Learning Pathways and Articulation: Early Conceptual Explorations and Implications for Research Design(s)
- Learning Pathways and Differentiation: Initial Methodological Explorations and Implications for Research Design(s)
- Understanding Learning Pathways and Transitioning: Perspectives from the Literature
- Using Dialectical Critical Realism in the Analysis of Career Stories in Learning Pathways Research
- Boundary Making and Boundary Crossing in Learning Pathways Access and Progression: Voices from the Workplace
- An In-depth Case Study of Environmental Engineering: Learning and Work Transitioning in Boundary-less Work
- Systems Elements Influencing the Emergence of Learning Pathways from a Green Skills Perspective
- An Expanded Methodological View on Learning Pathways as Progression in Learning and Work: A ‘Laminated Systems’ Perspective
- Responsive Curriculum Design and Implementation…
- The SAQA-Rhodes University Partnership Research…