Blended learning, online and face to face engagements support enhanced learning and teaching in co-operative education says Sharleen Howison, of Otago Polytechnic. She has explored Kolb’s experiential learning model, to explore student engagement with a learning management system in a co-operative education course. She identified the need for structured reflection in co-op courses and the need for a variety of ICT tools to improve communication and engagement. Increased connectivity, appeasers to increase engagement and reflection. Sharleen’s findings have been published in the December volume of the Asia Pacific Journal of Co-operative Education.
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