Pool and Sewell (2007) employability Model gave a framework to allow students to achieve their full potential and become value-added graduates. They outlined employability as a collection of, skills, that helps choose a occupation of their preference and achieve success in it. Their model has 5 elements to use, develop and after that evaluate these experiences which lead to higher self- confidence and employability. This model shows that every component is extremely vital and if one is missing it really affects a graduate’s employability. 1.
Schwartz (2014) says that there are some advantages of project-based learning, i.e. (1) Students could learn about how to plan and complete projects, (2) students could learn about self-management, (3) students could learn and work through their own process, and (4) students could develop their creativity. Through this way, students could also remember more about what they have learned. There are some steps to do related to the entrepreneurship education for college students using project-based learning
Internships are an opening to relate knowledge learned in the classroom to transmit experience & make stronger the professional work principles. There was several internship actions that I had passed out were linked with our classroom knowledge. An internship is a type of practical learning that combines the knowledge & theory learned in the classroom with practical function & skills growth in professional locations. Internship has provided me the opportunity to get valuable practical experience & create connections in professional ground they are bearing in mind for career course & guide employers the prospects to guide & assess talent. Internships differ according to tasks, work time &
It should lead to a discussion or debate about the steps to be taken in the best interests of the students, staff and school. This kind of criticism brings new ideas and approaches to the table and facilitates better decision making. It only works, however, in an atmosphere of mutual trust and good faith. Personal life: 4 INTERNSHIP: This occurs whenever I attached myself self to a professional to learn more or new skills that will impact my work or profession. This could be in form of going for more training, and taking short course that are related to my profession.
However and in association with my context, the focus will be paid on two main factors in this theory ; (1) Expectancy of success: According to psychological studies, the students are influenced by their past experiences (attribution theory) beliefs, perceptions of peoples’ attitude and expectations from them. All these expectations are linked to their previous achievement outcomes. Also, the learners’ perceptions and judgment of handling certain tasks and their efficiency levels dealing with difficult tasks (self- efficacy theory). In addition to maintaining self-esteem (self- worth theory) acted as an important factor in my students’ engagement in classroom practices (Dorynei 1998, Eccles and Wigfield, 2002, Atkinson’s 1964, Eccles 2005). In concordance with these explanations and according to my observations, it is assumed that decisions for future plans are of great relation to the learner 's past experiences of failure and success.
INTRODUCTION My internship during this year was a special learning experience in which I was able to apply the principles and information learned in the class into the most significant and strong practical applications to be able to learned, have additional skills, and develop my CV to be able to meet the requirements of the labor market which is becoming more dedicated in this concern. The internship period is interesting in the sum of results which can be given to the students, as we will be learning more in all what is related to the quality control and production in the business. We are University Students and internships are for us the primary drivers to obtain better future, and to learn more. So we want here to build additional competences
Faculties having such credentials prove to be most effective learning tool to the management students. • The management institutes should assess the employability skills of the students in first year of their education, so proper focus can be given to specific employability skills they lack in. • Management institutes should focus and promote Faculty Development Program and also Student Development Program for effective teaching and learning methods receptively. • The management institutes should give more stress on internship programs of the students. The faculties should get actively involved in the student’s internship experiences.
Abstract Conceptualization: the learner must possess and use analytical skills to conceptualize the experience; and 4. Active Experimentation: the learner must possess decision making and problem solving skills in order to use the new ideas gained from the experience. These factors of experiential learning are intrinsically important for employability, and work programmes such as internships or volunteering to work at companies, enhances a student’s employability status. 4.3 Collaborative efforts needed by HEI and employees to align qualifications that will results in employable
The consequences of leaving the job can result in poor management or poor performance. It is important to have the new avenue of work experiences that's why a lot of seminar and activities are conducted. Retooling them and rebranding the work field is an effective way. With that job satisfaction encountered by an educator. For some instances, if an educator is new from his/her job the management must do a seminar, training or activity that helps the competencies of an educator, with the educator would feel important to the management and build a good report between them.
The first advantage that is seen in many studies is the relation between teacher collaboration and students achievement. If teachers with a rich background are the key to students’ success, facilitating the process of increasing their professionalism through collaboration will result in better instructions for students (Cooper, Iorio & Foster, 1990). Another report suggests that student success is highly dependent on teacher achievement (Aldrich, 2002). Collaboration of teachers within professional learning communities gives the space for professional development and growth through the transformation of ideas and teaching methods (Paavola, Lipponen & Hakkarainen, 2004). Furthermore, according to Goddard, Goddard & Tschannen-Moran (2007) study, when teachers share experience their collective effort helps those teachers who are struggling with new teaching methods and provide with the support they need.