Definition of Levels!
Lecture, Computer-based learning and Company based learning
Results indicate that lectures, computer-based learning and company based learning were the most successful methods. Lecturing was most successful if restricted to 25% of the overall teaching process. Computer-based learning and company based learning were most successful when accounted for 25%-50%.
Lecture, Individual training, Practical skills development and Mentoring consultancy
Students indicated little differences between the successes of the methods. Computer based learning, practical skills development and mentoring consultancy increased their motivation and success rate. Mentoring consultancy was perceived as being the most successful.
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The countries involved at University level were the UK and Bulgaria involving a total of eight teachers and trainers. The study in the UK was centred on the delivery of a work based foundation degree and the course was at an equivalent level to the first two years of a traditional degree programme and comprised a broad range of engineering related subjects. The study in Bulgaria centred on a number of discrete subject based courses in physical chemistry, informatics, mine lighting and electrical/electronic engineering. All results and furthermore conclusions drawn at University level refer to In search of Excellence – developed teaching to improve learning.
Conclusion and recomendation at Advanced level