Transfer as an Iterative Process Between School and Work

The LISA-Project
  • Veronica Bjurulf
Part of the International Technology Education Studies book series (ITES)

Abstract

This chapter explores the nature of transfer between school and work, based on results from a three-year project called the LISA-project (Learning in Several Arenas) conducted between 2009-2012. The LISA-project focused on teaching and learning at a vocational school and at different workplaces, especially in the Energy Program and the Industry Program at the upper secondary school level in Sweden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Veronica Bjurulf
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  1. 1.The Swedish National Agency for EducationKarlstad UniversitySweden

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