In an effort to create a more inclusive and accessible pathway to the labor market, the IN-WORK Project is thrilled to announce the publication of their pedagogical guidelines, titled “Methodological guidelines to design, develop, and implement work-integrated learning activities.”
Who is this guide for?
This guide is intended for university teachers and staff who supervise students with special needs. It has been designed to effectively guide the process of designing, developing, and implementing work-integrated learning activities (WIL) with the objective of influencing students’ employment prospects for the better.
By providing educators, institutions, and students with the tools and resources they need, this project is on the path to creating a more equitable and diverse labor market.
What can you find in this guide?
This comprehensive guide offers a treasure trove of tools to utilise the work-integrated learning model in teaching. It delves into the concept of work-integrated learning, emphasizing the unique challenges and opportunities faced by students with special needs in higher education. It provides a systematic approach, offering guidance and insights on activities that can be implemented.
Additionally, it offers a structured guide for educators, supporting them throughout the various stages of the work-integrated learning process, encompassing preparations before, during, and after the experience. Finally, the document also underscores the significance of support measures during work-integrated learning and the pivotal cooperation between educational institutions and workplaces.
How to access this guide
To gain access to the full guide, click here.