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Critical Incidents for Technology Enhanced Learning in Vocational Education and Training - Observations from the field of mechanical engineering

by   Adrian Wilke, et al.

In this study, observations of the Vocational Education and Training (VET) in mechanical engineering companies are carried out. A Learning Management System (LMS) had been developed for the assistance in solving typical task structures, that are used for a period of three and a half years in the apprenticeship. In this study, the Critical Incident Technique (CIT) is applied for the observations. For the subsequent analysis, a classification of incidents is performed. The most important incidents as well as conclusions for Technical Enhanced Learning (TEL) in similar domains are presented.


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