Essays about: "informal learning"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 98 essays containing the words informal learning.

  1. 1. L2 Japanese: Swedish students’ usage of first-person pronouns

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för språk och litteraturer

    Author : Lisa Bendall; [2021-02-03]
    Keywords : japanska; Japanese; L2 learning; first-person pronoun; questionnaire;

    Abstract : The aim of this thesis is to look at L2 (learning as a second language) students’ usage of first-person singular pronouns, and to discern in what situations (if any) they are changed. The Japanese language has a great variety of first-person pronouns, one of the few languages to possess this feature. READ MORE

  2. 2. Connecting to nature in pre-school : a study of place experiences in a low-social economic area related to children´s development

    University essay from SLU/Department of People and Society

    Author : Amanda Guimarães Gabriel; [2021]
    Keywords : childhood place relations; sense of place in childhood; sense of place in childhood; children s development; outdoor place relations; nature and children s development; learning; low-social economic environments; vulnerable environments; narrative map;

    Abstract : Outdoor environments and nature could positively support pre-school children living in lowsocial economic urban environments. By valuing the role of lived experiences, this research explores how outdoor places and nature could support and counteract the widespread inequities that affect these children. READ MORE

  3. 3. Quests for knowledge and social mobility : Vocational and on-the-job-training as navigational tactics in the urban labour market of Sierra Leone

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för kulturantropologi och etnologi

    Author : Bim Kilje; [2021]
    Keywords : On-The-Job training; OTJ; apprenticeship; Technical and Vocational Education and Training; TVET; Sierra Leone; urban; labour market; tailoring; trading; practice theory; social mobility; moral education; youth; unemployment; livelihood; informal sector;

    Abstract : This ethnographic study investigates the experiences of those learning tailoring and trading in Freetown, Sierra Leone via apprenticeships, other on-the-job training or Technical and Vocational Education and Training programs (TVET). I examine these forms of occupational training by investigating the practices underway, how knowledge transmission occurs, as well as why learners engage with and what they get out of these activities. READ MORE

  4. 4. How Can English Teaching Benefit from Students’ Extramural English in Secondary School 7-9?

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Malmö högskola/Institutionen för kultur, språk och medier (KSM)

    Author : Heba Ali; [2021]
    Keywords : extramural English; informal learning; meaningful and relevant learning; teaching materials; outside-of-school english; students previous knowledge; digital technologies; motivation; students perceptions; observations; triangulation method; extramural engelska; informellt lärande; meningsfullt och relevant lärande; lärandematerial; motivation; observationer; modern teknologi;

    Abstract : Abstract This empirical study investigates how students in secondary school 7-9 learn the English language outside of school, in an informal setting, and how they can benefit from it in a formal setting in school. The usage of digital technology is more common nowadays amongst youngsters than it used to be before. READ MORE

  5. 5. Psychosocial Work Environment and Learning Opportunities in Remote Work – A hermeneutical study about managers´ and employees´ experiences

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Pedagogik

    Author : Lina Holmbeck; [2021]
    Keywords : Remote work; distance leadership; psychosocial work environment; mental wellbeing; LMX; job demands; job resources; workplace learning; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Remote work is becoming more and more common among employees on today´s labour market. Previous research show that remote work both have positive and negative effects on the psychosocial work environment and learning opportunities. READ MORE