Annotated bibliography specifically for 'Learning a Trade' - Updated February 2016.
Chan, S. (2017). Assisting with qualification completion by applying the concept of occupational identity as conferred before self-inference: A longitudinal case study of bakery apprentices. Vocations and Learning: Studies in vocational and professional education,
Chan, S. (2016). Belonging to a workplace: first-year apprentices’ perspectives on factors determining engagement and continuation through apprenticeship. International Journal of Educational and Vocational Guidance, 16(1), 9-27.
Chan, S. (2016). New Zealand’s move to graduate-profile framed qualifications: implications, challenges and the occupational identity solution. International Journal of Training Research, 14(1), 5-18
Chan, S. (2016). Belonging to a workplace: first year apprentices’ perspective on factors determining engagement and continuation through apprenticeship. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 16(1), 9-27.
Chan, S. (2015). The contribution of observation to apprentices' learning. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 67(4), 442-459.
Chan, S. (2013).Using videos and multimodal discourse analysis to study how students learn atrade.
Chan, S. (2015, September) ‘Improving the dynamics of feedback through deploying mobile technology-enhanced learning during pre-apprenticeship. The International Network on Innovative Apprenticeship (INAP) conference, 1st – 2nd Sept. Ballarat
Chan, S., Taylor, D., Cowan, L., & Davies, N. (2014, November). Deploying student / peer feed-back to improve the learning of skills and dispositions with video. SINO / NZ TVET EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH FORUM – TIANJIN, P.R. CHINA