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Haxby, Peter – European Journal of Education, 1989
The United Kingdom's system of apprenticeships and its relationship to vocational education and employment are discussed, with focus on recent government initiatives, access to apprenticeships, and efforts to coordinate training with labor market needs. (MSE)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Apprenticeships, Education Work Relationship, Educational Trends
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Joedodibroto, Roehjati; Martono, Andrini – European Journal of Engineering Education, 1987
Specific conditions and information needs of the engineer in Indonesia are described. Much foreign input is applied in development projects resulting in a continuous need for transfer of technology. Most libraries and information services are not adequately equipped to provide for the engineer's information needs. Steps are being taken to help…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Engineers, Higher Education, Information Needs
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Lasson, Axel; Hermansen, John – European Journal of Engineering Education, 1989
Describes the background of the study and fellowship programs for graduates from the developing countries at the Norwegian Institute of Technology. Discusses some experiences with the programs. Includes a brief description of five courses: (1) "Pulp and Paper Technology"; (2) "Marine Civil Engineering"; (3) "Hydropower…
Descriptors: Continuing Education, Course Descriptions, Developing Nations, Engineering
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van der Veer, Rene – European Journal of Psychology of Education, 1994
Maintains that a major theme in Lev Vygotsky's later research was concept formation or conceptual development in child development. States that Vygotsky argued that the acquisition of mature academic concepts forms the crowning achievement of adolescence. Argues that the view raises a number of criticisms. (CFR)
Descriptors: Adolescent Development, Child Development, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes