Actualization of Learning by Developing (LbD): an Analysis
Keywords:Action research, competence creation, innovation system, integrative action model, Learning by Developing, qualitative analysis
Learning by Developing (LbD) is a pedagogical and collective approach to learning in which learning is linked to an applied research and development culture. This refers to learning expertise that arises from social interaction, the sharing of knowledge and competence arising from, research and problem solving related to authentic objectives. In this paper, the analysis of LbDâ??s design, development and evaluation work is addressed in relation to the actualization of the three statutory tasks of Finnish university of applied sciences, which are education, research and development, and regional development. Also included is an analysis of action research based on the evaluations performed by the Finnish Higher Education Evaluation Council. The time period of analysis is 2003-2009.
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