work-integrated learning, experiential learning, entrepreneurship education, student expectations, learning outcomes, non-conventional entrepreneurship
Joanne Islip (Manager, Work-Integrated and Experiential Learning Services, Sheridan College) discusses how the the article Students’ assessment of experiential learning in an entrepreneurship curriculum: Expectations versus outcomes (2016) by Liang, Dunn, Howard & Khananayev can inspire readers to use reflection beyond an evaluation tool, and to consider how reflection can improve WIL/EL program design and development.
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Islip, Joanne, "Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning (CEWIL) Research Matters" (2020). Publications and Scholarship. 3.