Vol 7, No 4 (2011)

April special issue-graduate skills

Table of Contents

Articles

Graduate Skills in Business Learning PDF
Tori Vu, Leigh N Wood, Brendan Rigby, Anne Daly p2
Assessment and standards for graduate outcomes PDF
Leigh N Wood, Theda Thomas, Brendan Rigby p12
Sustainability and Ethics: Graduate Dispositions in Business Education PDF
Peter Petocz, Peter Dixon p18
Developing First Year Students’ Critical Thinking Skills PDF
Theda Ann Thomas p26
“No one can whistle a symphony. It takes an orchestra to play it.” H. E. Luccock PDF
Dianne Kirby p36
Separate or Integrate? The Contribution of the Workshop Model to Effectively Embedding Generic Skills PDF
Anne Daly, Lynne Leveson, Peter Dixon p45
Embedding Graduate Skills - High-achieving Students:Workshop Model PDF
Bronwen Harrison p52
Professional Learning in the Business Curriculum: Engaging Industry, Academics and Students PDF
Romy Lawson, Eveline Fallshaw, Theo Papadopoulos, Tracy Taylor, Michael Zanko p61
Embedding Graduate Skills in Capstone Courses PDF
Liz van Acker, Janis Mary Bailey p69
Stakeholder Analysis: Using the Jigsaw Method for Ethical Dilemmas in Business PDF
Leigh N Wood, Peter Dixon p77
The First Class: Using Icebreakers to Facilitate Transition in a Tertiary Environment PDF
Marie Kavanagh, Marilyn Clark-Murphy, Leigh N Wood p84


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