Integrating Mentorship in Workplace-Integrated-Learning Curriculum (Conference Presentation)
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AbstractConnection to Mentorship through Workplace-Integrated-Learning In two unique and connected course designs, the presenters have explored the power of embedding mentorship into final workplace transition courses related to undergraduate business degrees. While challenges have arisen, the benefit to every student receiving the mentorship and coaching has created industry driven balance between required technical and interpersonal skills. The benefits are realized by all participants; faculty and students alike. Recommendations to further iterate design in this space is clear, and emphasized through the most current challenges of the pandemic and economic instability.
CitationJohnston, S. L., & Glancey, M. (2021). Integrating Mentorship in Workplace-Integrated-Learning Curriculum (Conference Presentation) [interactive session]. Presented at the Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching: Mentorship in Higher Education, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.
FacultyWerklund School of Education
InstitutionUniversity of Calgary
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology