The impact of flexible delivery styles and competency based education on indigenous adult students studying in Esperance and Kalgoorlie between 1995 and 1997

  • Helen Christine Dominica Mccarthy

    Student thesis: Masters by Research - CDU

    Abstract

    This research examines the impact of flexible delivery styles and competency-based education on Indigenous adult students studying the Certificate of General Education for Adults (CGEA). This research took place in Esperance and Kalgoorlie in Western Australia between 1995 and 1997. The data reflects how the students reacted to the learning and assessment style, which resulted in how they attempted to operate in a flexible learning centre. The research has focused particularly on the campuses of Esperance and Kalgoorlie Curtin University Technology. The researcher does not imply that other sites that may provide the CGEA Framework and or similar mode or modes of delivery and client group, will experience the same issues.
    Date of Award2002
    LanguageEnglish
    Awarding Institution

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    The impact of flexible delivery styles and competency based education on indigenous adult students studying in Esperance and Kalgoorlie between 1995 and 1997
    Mccarthy, H. C. D. (Author). 2002

    Student thesis: Masters by Research - CDU