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Quality learning, learning quality

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dc.contributor.editor Petkov, D.
dc.contributor.editor Venter, L. 2018-08-20T12:06:28Z 2018-08-20T12:06:28Z 1998
dc.identifier.citation Van Zyl, J. (1998) Quality learning, learning quality. Proceedings of the annual research and development symposium, SAICSIT (South African Institute for Computer Scientists and Information Technologists), Van Riebeeck Hotel, Gordons Bay, Cape Town, 23-24 November 1998, en
dc.identifier.isbn 1-86840-303-3
dc.description.abstract The purpose of this paper is to describe the Leaming Model and related concepts. In the context of this paper, the following principles are discussed: • What do we need to learn? • How must we learn it? These two questions are fundamental to building a quality learning system. I will cover problems with learning and propose relevant solutions. Leaming models cannot be implemented without providing frameworks or guidelines for operation. Once populated, learning can facilitate process improvement and innovation. The implementation of models and frameworks rely heavily on people capability. There must be a rhythm whereby communication within a business takes place, allowing everybody to learn from each other's experiences. The learning model itself is just another process that fits into the organisational framework. The learning model gives a clear path whereby experiences are evaluated in context of the bigger picture. By having a formalised learning progress, enhancing maturity and quality aspects of the business are not as difficult as they seems. The learning model can be implemented with industry standard capability and assessment models. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.title Quality learning, learning quality en

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