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Author Vu, Tori

Title Embedding the development and grading of generic skills across the business curriculum : final report / authors: Tori Vu, Brendan Rigby, Glyn Mather
Published Surry Hills, N.S.W. : Australian Learning & Teaching Council, 2011
Strawberry Hills NSW : Australian Learning and Teaching Council, 2011


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Description i, 61 pages ; 30 cm
Summary This project identified and disseminated several current models of embedding graduate skills in business programs around Australia. An intensive workshop model of embedding graduates skills was developed and trialled. Practical teaching and learning resources on teamwork, critical thinking, ethical practice and sustainability were developed and may be found on the project website. -- ALTC website
Analysis Australia
Graduate Skills website
Notes "2011"--Cover verso
"Project leader: Leigh Wood, Macquarie University."
"Support for this project has been provided by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council Limited, an initiative of the Australian Government ... "--Cover verso
Attribution: ... Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations"--Cover verso
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Teams for the project are from Macquarie University, Australian Catholic University, La Trobe University, University of Southern Queensland and the University of Tasmania
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 49-53)
Notes Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at:
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In English
Subject Business education -- Australia.
Business -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Australia.
Author Mather, Glyn
Rigby, Brendan
Wood, Leigh
Australia. Department of Education, Employment, and Workplace Relations.
Australian Catholic University.
Australian Learning & Teaching Council.
La Trobe University.
Macquarie University.
University of Southern Queensland.
University of Tasmania.
ISBN 9781921856372
Other Titles Graduate skills