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Trials and Errors – TAFE VCAL Electrotechnology
  • Amy James

Abstract

The learning context for which this lesson was prepared was a Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) Electrotechnology class of 18 students and a separate VCAL Plumbing class of 16 students. Both classes involved students aged between 16 and 18. The aim was for students to practice filling in a variety of work-related forms, to prepare them for writing job applications.

Keywords

Proximal Development Weak Student JAMES Form Group Work Support Peer Feedback 
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  • Amy James

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