Work-integrated learning examples

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Work-integrated learning activities could include:

  • Team-based project work with a 'real-world' problem or task
  • Research projects where key transferable skills are learning outcomes
  • Projects or assignments where industry has provided a 'problem' and continue to be engaged through video/online discussions.
  • Student interaction with practitioners on campus or online
  • Problem-based and issues-based approaches
  • Role plays, simulations and games that enable students to experience particular aspects of practice or develop particular practice attributes
  • High fidelity simulations, where appropriate, that situate students in a representation of a real practice situation
  • placements
  • Internships
  • Co-created programs
  • Work-based learning

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