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Frans Meijers

In: Making Schools Different: Alternative Approaches to Educating Young People

Chapter 3: The Need for Dialogue in Vocational Education

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The Need for Dialogue in Vocational Education
The need for dialogue in vocational education
FransMeijers

This chapter stresses the need for career learning in vocational education. The chapter will:

More than 2,000 years ago, the Roman philosopher Seneca succinctly formulated the importance of school in the sentence ‘Non scolae sed vitae discimus’ (Not for school, but for life, do we learn). Even so, most students in the Dutch educational system have little idea at the beginning of their study (but also often long after that) exactly why they ...

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