Issue 5: Approaches and achievements in TVET personnel professional development

TVET@Asia Issue 5, July 2015

Editors: Joachim Dittrich (University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven), Len Cairns (Monash University Australia), Agus Setiawan (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia) & Thomas Schröder (TU Dortmund University)

Editorial

Joachim Dittrich (University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven), Len Cairns (Monash University Australia), Agus Setiawan (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia), Thomas Schröder (TU Dortmund University)

Approaches to preparing TVET teachers and instructors in ASEAN member countries

Paryono Paryono (SEAMEO VOCTECH Brunei)

Learning management strategies for in-service training of vocational instructors in Lao PDR - Using collaborative learning and a professional learning community approach in authentic situations: a case of automotive technology

Phouvieng Phoumilay (MOE Ministry of Education and Sports), Prayong Klanrit (Udon Thani Rajabhat University), Chatchai Muangpatom (Udon Thani Rajabhat University), Boualinh Soysouvanh (Faculty of Engineering, National University of Laos)

The role of networking and internationalization of technical universities in academic staff competence development

Razali Hassan (Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia), Alias Masek (Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia), Mimi Mohaffyza Mohamad (University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia)

Moving beyond talk-and-chalk-teaching - a holistic didactical approach to teacher training through trilateral cooperation between Germany, Indonesia and Myanmar

Nindya Dwi Fosa (Tabitha Consultancy), Katharina Peinemann (Technical University of Dortmund), Thomas Schröder (Technical University of Dortmund)

TVET teachers, a reflection on trends in Indonesia and Australia

Margaret Malloch (Victoria University Melbourne), Abdullah Helmy (State Polytechnic of Malang)

Australian VET teacher education: What is the benefit of pedagogical studies at University for VET teachers?

Erica Smith (University of Ballarat), Keiko Yasukawa (University of Technology, Sydney), Steven Hodge (Griffith University)

Pedagogical tools for continuous professional development and their impact

Helen Bound (Institute for Adult Learning, Singapore), Sue Stack (University of Tasmania)

Approaches to the quality improvement of TVET teachers in Mongolia: a lost opportunity

Stephen J Duggan (Parkville Global Advisory)

Boundary crossing – A theoretical framework to understand the operational dynamics of industry-school partnerships

Matthew Flynn (Well Grounded Consultancy), Hitendra Pillay (Queensland University of Technology), James Watters (Queensland University of Technology)

Collaborative Teacher Certification Program: An innovative program for Technical and Vocational Teacher Education

Ivan Hanafi (Universitas Negeri Jakarta (UNJ)), Soesanto (Semarang State University (Unnes)), Selamat Triono Ahmad (Fakultas Teknik Universitas Negeri Medan)
Online since: 28.10.2015

Vocational Teacher Education at Technical University of Dortmund/Germany – recommendations for interoperability of regional standards and local operation in the ASEAN-region

Anne Busian (Technical University of Dortmund), Thomas Schröder (Technical University of Dortmund)
Online since: 28.10.2015